Take A Look At The World’s Luckiest Street Photographs Ever Taken

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Take A Look At The World’s Luckiest Street Photographs Ever Taken
Take A Look At The World's Luckiest Street Photographs Ever Taken
Take A Look At The World’s Luckiest Street Photographs Ever Taken

Relax, unwind and take a look at the world’s luckiest street photographs ever taken (probably, possibly). When it comes to random coincidental street photography, you can never know for sure.

Pau Buscato is a Spain-born and Norway-based photographer who wanders the streets wherever he goes and captures these unique moments in time which would be pretty hard to replicate.

‘Hopscotch’ is his photography project that focuses on capturing the world as if it were seen through a child’s eyes and imagination. Interviewed by BoredPanda, Pau Buscato said: “‘Hopscotch’ is not something that I planned. I simply started doing street photography the way I enjoyed most, without forcing any themes, letting go and being open to whatever my eyes would see in each moment. If the result is this playful view of our everyday life, it’s simply because that is who I am.”

“It’s a very open process that demands full awareness and fresh eyes, to see the ordinary things of our everyday not just for what they are, but also for what they can become, when photographed,” he added.

“The challenge of working based on spontaneity and intuition is that sometimes you will feel lost, not knowing what to do or where to go,” Pau Buscato said. “I still prefer this to the ‘everything goes according to plan’ approach. Maybe because this open process gives me a sense of discovery.”

“I really enjoy the streets of London and NYC. If accommodation [there] wasn’t so expensive, I would definitely spend more time [in these cities.]”

Take A Look At The World's Luckiest Street Photographs Ever Taken
Take A Look At The World’s Luckiest Street Photographs Ever Taken

“It’s a game for me, and the city is my playground. As we grow into adulthood we tend to lose our sense of play. We build walls to appear stronger, more serious, more adult; and so we leave behind that part of us that made us kids, the part that turned our backyard into wonderland and that tree into a fortress. And that ability to fantasize and see the ordinary through a child’s eyes is an essential part of my work.”

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Take A Look At The World’s Luckiest Street Photographs Ever Taken