Bryce Watanasoponwong

Ordinary Wonders | Seeing the extraordinary in the ordinary is one of our greatest gifts. It’s all too easy to get caught up in the bustle and monotony of everyday life and stop seeing all the remarkable things that surround us — glimpses of kindness, snapshots of humanity. It’s the difference between indifferently looking at the familiar and seeing the value that lies behind it.
Ordinary Wonders aims to show time and narrow the viewer’s focus to momentary episodes of the daily lives of strangers you’ll never meet, but who are connected to you and everyone else.

COUNTRY | Thailand

BIO | I’m a Thai-Australian photographer who loves exploring worlds where people pass by; worlds where everyday lives, upon closer inspection, open into stories of experience and perspective. For me, street photography is a training ground that helps me to discover my niche, i.e. Abstract Art Photography. I aim now to improve my skills in both areas.
‘When I go out onto the streets, I aim to capture fleeting moments of beauty, quirkiness, mystery, and humor. Saturated, vibrant color, natural and neon light, unusual shadows and interesting patterns and textures are elements of my work. Many times I focus on the abstract. To look at an image and not fully understand what it is, opens the mind to new possibilities and ways of seeing things’, says Bryce.

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