For his current project “Please Mind the Gap,” photographer Weilun Chong took portraits of commuters at the Mass Rapid Transit stations in Singapore and Hong Kong. Instead of minding the aforementioned gap, he’s pausing to catch strangers passing through, from subway car to platform, from vessel to vessel, from one arbitrary moment of their life to the next.

Hong Kong subway gap portraits are the new Tokyo subway window portraits are the new New York subway Instagrams. Forget the one staged Definitive Moment. Welcome to the age of a thousand authentic Captures of Banality. (Photos: PetaPixel