Les vis-à-vis dans les grandes villes sont à peu près partout. Rien que chez nous à Topito, il nous est déjà arrivé de tomber sur notre voisin d'en face à poil en train de faire sa vaisselle. Mais les immeubles ont leur charme. C'est en tout cas ce que nous prouve l'artiste Gail Albert Halaban qui s'est amusée à photographier les gens alors qu'ils sont chez eux. Parce qu'au fond, on adore tous regarder ce qui se passe chez le voisin.

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  4. Story of the day: I must confess I envy her wardrobe. She always looks stylish in her structured clothes. For years she lived there with just the man I assume must be her husband. About two years ago along came the baby. The baby brings her to this part of the flat. Before the baby was born I barely saw her mom at the window. Instead the mom would spend most of her time sitting at the table at the rear end of the living room either entertaining friends over dinner or working on her computer. The little girl seems to always watch the security lights at the rabbinic center across from their house. Otherwise there's nothing else to see in this dead end of the street. Except for the cats. Later in the evenings, long after the putting the baby sleep, I see the mom working on her laptop with a glass of wine in hand. Please respond with your own stories in the comments. Curious what everyone imagines in these windows. #photoproject #everydaystories #everydaystorytelling #outmywindow #istanbul #istanbul74 #houkgallery #autoban

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