I’ve made a habit of carrying my camera around with me wherever I go. I’ll admit, it looks a little silly, especially since my camera isn’t one of those tight little point-and-shoots that fits in palm or pocket. But you never know when you’ll stumble on a sight worth snapping.
The recently refurbished, Art Deco-era Hotel Phillips in downtown Kansas City boasts a row of sidewalk picture windows that are often dressed with displays. Usually, the vignettes promote the performing arts – the symphony, opera, and a number of large stages are within blocks of the hotel. Rarely do they slow me down.
But this week, while breezing by the hotel, a cute little set-up in their window caught my eye. One entire panel was black, save two little holes – one at the adult level, the other at a child’s level – through which the curious voyeur could spy. Thankfully, I had my camera so I could share the clever display with you.
In this week before Easter, I give you this thirty-fifth photo of the week, a peep show.