Since I got my hands on a camera, 

I have been taking pictures of strangers.
Whenever I am prepared and lucky enough, I find so much joy collecting mundane stories. There is a hidden poetry when they are translated into photography, film, drawings or any art forms.

When I don't have a camera, I find myself framing these moments with my bare eyes, wishing they could last a little longer, and then silently appreciating the nuances of human interaction with our world.

Below are some of my favourite of these moments that I could collect to share here with you. 
Most of pictures here were taken with a Canon 60D, a trusty 50mm F/1.8 prime lens, and some might have been taken with the powerhouse Sigma 17-50mm F/2.8.
If you see any pictures with heart-warming grains, they probably were taken on a 35mm film with a Canonet QL17 GIII. This camera is considered by some photographers as "The Poor Man's Leica". Being the poor man that have never ever touched a Leica once in my lifetime, all I can say is that I love the pictures this camera takes very much.
And if you like what you see here, you can find more pictures like these on my Flickr.
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