Polish Photographer Tomasz Margol Spreads The Beauty Of ‘Normalness’ And I Totally Agree

Sometimes when I’m wandering through a city, or look through the window I blame myself for not brining my camera with me. Sometimes the pure ‘normalness’ you can see everyday, is filled with pure and natural beauty, which can’t be rehearsed. It has the same feeling as the days I’m travelling and start missing the usual habits I had back home, like having lunch with my family on Sunday or putting a body lotion on my legs after showering. It’s about the little things that makes you happy. I came around the Portfolio of Tomasz Margol, a Polish photographer, and recognised the same fascination for the normalness of everyday. He documents the serendipity of the perfectly unrehearsed fallen autumn-leaves on the streets, and photographs people who are watching an artwork, not just the artwork itself. These photographs are about the real life, not the rehearsed perfect life. That’s why I would love…