Eric Kogan is always on the lookout for some quirky creatures, people, and places to photograph. The Kodak moment has to be perfect and it might just fly away before Eric gets his camera ready. Ridiculous and funny coincidences seen on the streets of New York City are Erics best partner on the job and you’ll understand what we mean just by scrolling through the photos below. The man has an eye for something unusual, for patterns out of this world, for things that are there but hidden in plain sight. Eric has a day job in the event industry, and a background in painting, yet his love for photography started blooming more and more during the COVID-19 pandemic. “When I turned my sole attention to it, one of the first things to change was where I walked”, Eric said. “The most desolate places pulled me. Not because they were more socially distant but because they were a stage for some of the most random sights the city had to offer.”
When serendipity is your best friend, walking down the desolated places is a road to the creation of the most unusual photography.
Kogan is a master at noticing ridiculous coincidences on the streets of New York City
He simply takes a walk with an intention to never stop until there’s nowhere else to go
“The most desolate places pulled me. Not because they were more socially distant but because they were a stage for some of the most random sights the city had to offer.”
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