Sometimes, there is nothing more bizarre than the everyday. In 2006,  Andrew Waits was just beginning in photography and spent a great deal of time

aimlessly wandering Seattle looking for inspiration. The scene photographed above was entirely unplanned, Waits happening upon the old car and its strange back seat ornament hiding in an alley carport. Aside from being a perfect moment of color, light and composition, the image feels imbued with a foreboding intrigue far more meaningful than a chance encounter. The photo has long been one of Waits favorites, becoming a part of his conceptual series We Are What Separates. It is these transcendental moments of serendipity that keeps photographers coming back again and again, the lens somehow seeing even more than we originally intended.