The city, just as a living organism, is born, matures, changes throughout its life, and eventually dies. In fact, the people living in them are like bacteria that symbiotically colonize our intestines - we build the urban organism by providing it with the necessary ingredients, and the city, in turn, is our shelter and supplier of goods without which it would be more difficult for us to survive.
I observe the city through form and color. This is how its inhabitants shape it, giving it a purpose and function. People (i.e. the bacterial flora of the city's intestines. ) rarely appear in my photos, and if they do, they are somehow part of the city, such as architecture, art or infrastructure.