The Out My Window photo series is completely voyeuristic. It portrays intimate moments of people in the haven of their own home. While most of the photos in the series are innocent, the perspective of each one effectively turns the audience into peeping toms, which is not necessarily a welcoming feeling. Granted, it does inspire a thrilling sense of adventure.
Shot by New York-based artist and photographer Gail Albert Halaban, the Out My Window photo series is a beautiful execution of a frequented theme. Not only does it take people "on a secret journey into the quiet privacy of people’s homes," as written on It's Nice That, the Out My Window photo series also gives its audience a rare look at the concrete jungle that is New York City.