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Photographer documents life during quarantine from his window

This photographer is using his time in self-isolation to capture intimate portraits of his neighbors... from his window.

05/19/2020 9:02 PM
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  • Pappast E.
    05/21/2020 06:29

    Is that legal there ?

  • Vijay G.
    05/20/2020 20:17

    Reminds me of the movie rear window

  • Ivan M.
    05/20/2020 20:01

    staged

  • Brut UK
    05/20/2020 11:31

    👉 Christopher Fernandez sells his photos for the benefit of the National Health Service: nhs.christopherfernandez.com

  • Ahmed M.
    05/20/2020 10:44

    Why isnt anyone calling the cops?

  • Massimo B.
    05/20/2020 09:28

    Not at all ok.

  • Mel N.
    05/20/2020 08:06

    Peeping Tom is what he was called in my day

  • Bianca J.
    05/20/2020 07:33

    Whatever happens in the next episode?

  • Frankie B.
    05/20/2020 07:14

    Ummmm how did creeper become cool?

  • Mel S.
    05/20/2020 03:10

    Stalker ...get out the bushes lol

  • Monkeu D.
    05/19/2020 23:35

    This is considered spying and interference in the affairs of others is usually bad and not intimate, what is this curiosity

  • Samira A.
    05/19/2020 22:57

    That's creepy 😕

  • Joyce M.
    05/19/2020 21:53

    Well that's certainly very creepy mcreaper

  • Ginger B.
    05/19/2020 21:40

    A little "Rear Window" there, mate

  • Dwiyana S.
    05/19/2020 21:27

    Has he informed his neighbors?

  • Marloes G.
    05/19/2020 21:09

    If he wasnt good at taking the pictures we would immediately think its super creepy

  • Brut
    05/19/2020 15:54

    Christopher Fernandez is selling his work to benefit the U.K.'s National Health Service. To support his project, visit: https://nhs.christopherfernandez.com/. He is also taking his project across London and is looking for more participants until the isolation period is over.