There is a saying that if a monkey is allowed to write random things, he will eventually write Shakespeare’s Hamlet. If you shift the analogy to photography, it will be something like this: if you see tons of random things, you will eventually see something that looks deliberate, sublime, and bright. While many photographers rely on the perfect design of their photographs, others like Edas Wong believe in their luck and instinct. He wanders the streets trying to find something that catches his eye. Although his strikes can be called “accidental”, they are not so bright. How a lucky perspective creates a metaphor, a summary, and how it flows like a visual poem confuses my mind. It shows that some things are left in the hands of luck.

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Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong

Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong

Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
Image credit: Edas Wong
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