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Window Shopping

February 5, 2012

Trevor Saylor

Another set of images from my most recent trip to England.  There are a lot of images, and I will certainly not post them all here, but I have a few more posts of photos from England–hang in there!  We will soon resume our usual collection of images from the barren tundra that is Fargo, North Dakota.

One thing I find fascinating is photographing through storefronts.  For most people, the glass of a window feels, unconsciously, like a wall; that is, they do not think of it as transparent.  They go about their business acting like it is a boundary through which one cannot see.  This comfort allows people, who are within sight of lots of people and in a public space, to let down their guard and act more naturally.  This blending of public space and private behavior is what I find fascinating about them.

I also enjoy the…

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