Thursday, November 4, 2010

can you resist the urge

to glimpse inside an unknown life?

(welcome new follower Lynette)

19 comments:

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Perhaps you have discovered the house of the Vermot equivalent of Eleanor Rigby.

VP said...

Yes, I'm not curious, but I won't be able to resist taking a picture like this!

JM said...

I'm with VP, lovely image!

Sharon said...

Just a little peek below the lace curtains.

Sharon Creech said...

Am already standing on tiptoes looking in . . .

Small City Scenes said...

A quick peek but not a snoop. MB

Sunny said...

With my luck, I'd be arrested as a Peeping Tom!
I like the vintage look of the lace and pillows.
☼ Sunny

Babooshka said...

No. I couldn't. It's too cute not too.

Steffe said...

I am a bit curious now.

Cezar and Léia said...

For sure charming people live there!
Léia :)

Irina said...

Lovely window. I did, it was only my curious face's reflection. Need to return at night)).

cieldequimper said...

I know it's extremely rude. But it's also very tempting...

Jacob said...

That's the fascinating thing of this kind of voyeurism...imagining the life of another person through a glimpse of their window.

We're going to be in Colorado for awhile. Our daughter is improving and we hope can leave the hospital in the next few days.

I'll post and comment when I can...

Jacob said...

Re your question: No, there was no time...our flight to Colorado left early in the am...

Jack said...

OK, what did you find?

Bob Crowe said...

Well, curious, sure, but peeping inside someone's window can get you busted.

Birdman said...

No, I can't. Love driving around early or late seeing lights on and wondering what these 'lives' are doing.

Amin said...

No, I couldn,t.

Virginia said...

Heck no I can't resist. I"m a nosey person from way on back. What's going on up in there???