Whether deliberately as I've suggested for my reasoning, or quite by accident that we chance upon an image, it is always somewhat voyeuristic if this occurs outside our own normal environs. We literally steal a moment of someone else's existance strictly for our own pleasure. We become lookers into windows, viewers of reflections, and we often play one against the other - devising, perhaps deriding one singular viewpoint for one split second - a memory cell of sorts. Sometimes, when all the elements of the world fall into place, we get an opportunity as Andy showed earlier, or that Russ shows frequently in making art from the obvious. While I appreciate this, and often strive to make such a shot myself, I also recognize the art is in the seeing and not necessarily in a special alignment of the stars; it is far more often a stolen moment, a chance observation.
I guess what most of you didn't get, sans David, was this was such a moment, purely a voyueristic statement.