Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz

The Art of Improbable Coincidence: Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz street photography
Varanasi, India

The Art of Improbable Coincidence: Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz street photography
Istanbul, Turkey

The Art of Improbable Coincidence: Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz street photography
Aden, Yemen

The Art of Improbable Coincidence: Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz street photography
Chittagong, Bangladesh

The Art of Improbable Coincidence: Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz street photography
Varanasi, India

The Art of Improbable Coincidence: Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz street photography
Tirana, Albania

The Art of Improbable Coincidence: Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz street photography
Varanasi, India

The Art of Improbable Coincidence: Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz street photography
Varanasi, India

The Art of Improbable Coincidence: Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz street photography
Diu, India

The Art of Improbable Coincidence: Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz street photography
Zanzibar, Tanzania

The Art of Improbable Coincidence: Travel and Street Photography by Maciej Dakowicz street photography
Istanbul, Turkey

It would not surprise me to learn that Polish street photographer Maciej Dakowicz has run out of available pages in his passport. Currently based in Mumbai, the computer science PhD abandoned a career in technology to instead focus on his street photography, a decision that has lead him to far-flung communities around the globe seeking incredible once-in-a-lifetime encounters. Sorting through his staggering library of some 5,500 photos is to take a journey through vastly differening cultures, miraculous visual coincidences, and impropable moments in time both amusing and terrifying.

Dakowicz received much attention in 2012 for his eye-opening book Cardiff After Dark that collected five years of photographs documenting the nightlife fueled by alcohol and emotion in Cardiff, Wales. The photographer also teaches photography workshops where many of his images originate, and is one of the founders of Third Floor Gallery. See much more of his work on Flickr and over on Facebook.