Sometimes visual perfection is not enough to be appreciated. Moreover, when it is linked to art, the meaning of “perfection” is not always defined. A British artist Rosanna Jones creates and captures a beautiful moment and then destroys the innocence and aesthetic beauty of the image. Her works are still striking and inspiring. Scratching away, or bleaching photographs is a way that Rosanna can relate to her images on a higher level; each scratch, tear or bleach mark symbolises how both society and the human mind have the power to destroy the most beautiful moments of our life.