Kinga Owczennikow



After a meditative walk in the Kiyosumi Garden in Tokyo, on the way back to the subway, I walked into a random store. I bought the necessary items and as I was heading towards the main entrance/exit something stopped me for a moment. I was taken aback by the sight, the actions and the colours in the front of my eyes. The staff were decorating the shop with some autumn motifs, the taxi seemed brighter than ever and was the first orange one I took a notice of. Everything else seemed to be in a perfect flow of things. Without having a second to think, I looked through the viewfinder and spontaneously took a shot. I followed my footsteps before realizing that my action was watched too and that the strap of my camera made its appearance as if to say ‘nothing in this world is ever perfect’.