59 Accidentally Brilliant Shots By Edas Wong

“There’s no such thing as a coincidence,” they say, yet many little moments we encounter every day just seem more like happy (or unhappy) accidents rather than anything else. Especially if you have an eye for these things like Edas Wong.

Nothing escapes the lens of this photographer when he goes out on the streets. In the images below, you can see the many brilliant accidents he’s captured recently, where the lines between cityscape and people are blurred.

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