It happened in the "blue city" of Morocco and the story started with a cat, a cat that seemed to be doing yoga. Most cats we met in Morocco were frantic, always running away, missing one eye or a part of ear and wearing scars on their faces. In other words, I'm not impressed with them.
So this day, when I met thy cat in the alley of one street, cleaning herself with the most difficult poses imaginable, I took an interest in her and started photographing her. And then, bang, a boy come running in my direction...
Visually, this image instantly reminded me of an image of Henri Cartier-Bresson that was made in Siphnos, Greece, 1961. What do you think?
P.S. In case you are interested, here's some bonus reading about Henri Cartier-Bresson's approach to his famous "decisive moments":
... "he began by picking a background that already seemed interesting to him because of its texture, geometric structure or accumulated images and signs, something he defined as ‘screen’. Then he waited for children or passers-by to come along and find their place in this layout of forms, which he described as 'instant coalition'". - "Learn” Serendipity for More Compelling Photos by Nadia Gric.