Snowball fight in Times Square

by Elizabeth on December 27, 2009 · 1 comment

in Art, Cool stuff

This was an impromptu snowball fight in Times Square around 1AM in the midst of the blizzard Saturday night. The real danger wasn’t the snow and subsequent moisture destroying my gear. No, the real danger was shooting the mayhem with a wide lens which meant that I was a prime target. I had to put the gear down several times for some payback.

Doug Kim was there to photograph this impromptu snowball fight in Times Square last week, at about 1am. These are a few of my favourite shots, but check out his blog to see the rest.
His work is beautiful, and what an incredible thing to witness!

Doug Kim is a documentary and fine art photographer. His camera has enabled him to travel to foreign locales and to shoot for magazines, catalogs, newspapers, and non-profit organizations.

His work has appeared in the Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles Times, HOW magazine, the Christian Science Monitor, among others and he has shot for numerous organizations, including Harvard University Press, Space X, and New Line Cinema. His corporate work includes clients such as Pfizer, Honda, and SafeCo.

His first book Born Yogis hit the stores in 2005. He currently has two other book projects in the works with tentative release dates in late 2010.

He currently resides in Brooklyn.

blog.ricecracker.net

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Shar December 27, 2009 at 4:40 pm

Hey girl!

I’ve been noting your posts on the RSS on lj, and figured it was about damn time I commented 🙂

Love seeing you post more often 🙂

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