Ever since that infamous plastic bag went on a wander in American Beauty, we've been trying to recreate a similarly magic moment in an urban landscape. But, and you'll be surprised at this, we've failed repeatedly.
Capturing something beautiful in the middle of a city such as London is not easy. So bow down before French photographer Jonathan Morer who has managed to find and snap a whole bucketload of them.
In his new exhibition For We / Are Overtaken, he showcases the random occurrences that take place near his flat in East London. From a bunch of colourful balloons disappearing into the sky to an unruly group of drunkards lighting a flare, his pictures are a varied snapshot of six years of work.
The show begins on August 8th and runs until August 18th at Elys Yard at the Truman Brewery in London.
For more details, check out his site here.