If you are sure that there are no happy (or unfortunate) coincidences and accidents, then photographer Edas Wong will not agree with you.
He is able to notice the insignificant moments of life and capture them in such a way that each accident seems not only funny, but also rehearsed in advance.
However, it is not. The photographer simply has a special look at those scenes and phenomena that most of us would pass by without paying the slightest attention to what is happening.
Edas approaches street photography as a kind of meditative experience, always trying to clear his mind as much as possible and focus on what he is observing. Apparently, this is why it seems that nothing can hide from the lens of his camera.
A man would not mind revealing his tricks and secrets, but the problem is that they simply do not exist. He considers focus and concentration to be his main qualities. They help him to notice what others are not able to see.
Popular drinks are “humanized” thanks to the rich imagination of the artist