Amsterdam Display I Zagreb Display Tenerife Display III Tenerife Display II Tenerife Display I Sozialpedagogic Munich Display Manhattan Display Luckau Display II Luckau Display I Lima Display Istanbul Mannequins Bratislava Display Bern Display III Bern Display II Bern Display I Berlin Display II Berlin Display I Arcos de la Frontera Display Amsterdam Display II Gallery, Photography, Window DisplaysWindow Displays Window displays are designed to be eye-catching. Some are odd, and some are just downright bizarre. Everywhere I go, I keep an eye out for especially charming, creepy, or funny displays. It’s not just what’s in the window that’s fascinating—it’s the reflections that often make the difference between an interesting and a captivating photo. Buildings, pedestrians, my own reflection (and sometimes even my camera’s eye), or a mirror or other reflective surface within the display; all these open interpretive possibilities. I especially like to capture synchronicities, moments at which what is happening in the street and what is in the window mesh perfectly. The juxtaposition of object in a display window always tells a story, whether it’s a deliberate contrivance of the designer or the context-soaked interpretation of the person walking by. I’m probably pretty annoying to walk with since I pull my camera out so frequently and stop and stare at things that puzzle my companions, but I think I’m never so irritating as when I stop by a particularly evocative display and shoot scores of photos from every angle to capture what I see both in the window and in my mind’s eye. The results are often surreal and dreamy after post-processing, like my speculations and emotional reactions at the time I took the shot.