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Voyeur

Voyeurism (from the Frenchvoyeur, “one who looks”) can take several forms, but its principal characteristic is that the voyeur does not normally relate directly with the subject of their interest, who is often unaware of being observed. (wikipedia)




I like to watch people. Even more than that, I like to watch people without their knowledge of my presence. That’s when you really see a person, who they are, what they believe. You see the person raw.

I love this woman’s expression as she reads her gossip magazine while she has her hair done. It’s so cliché that you can’t but help to love it.


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