The Arctic Zibit

Captured in the darkest jungles of the Arctic and brought back to civilization at great personal risk, ladies and gentlemen, may we present...


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Broadway Lafayette Station on Flickr.

Oops, I meant to post this on Flickr. The Arctic Zibit is supposed to be for Other People’s Photos.

Broadway Lafayette Station on Flickr.

Oops, I meant to post this on Flickr. The Arctic Zibit is supposed to be for Other People’s Photos.
davidsimonton:

"Sometimes working with the camera, somebody does something that’s just beyond belief. Garry Winogrand takes pictures of things that in your wildest dreams you wouldn’t think could exist in the world. There’s a picture of a cow’s tongue in a cowboy’s hat that becomes a beautiful thing; it looks like a piece of architecture. In your wildest dreams you couldn’t come with that and that’s just because he was aware that it might be possible. He was there when it happened and his head worked that way.”
—Lee Friedlander, from “Interview with Lee Friedlander,” Viewing Olmstead (1996)
(Photo: Garry Winogrand, Texas State Fair, Dallas, 1964)

davidsimonton:

"Sometimes working with the camera, somebody does something that’s just beyond belief. Garry Winogrand takes pictures of things that in your wildest dreams you wouldn’t think could exist in the world. There’s a picture of a cow’s tongue in a cowboy’s hat that becomes a beautiful thing; it looks like a piece of architecture. In your wildest dreams you couldn’t come with that and that’s just because he was aware that it might be possible. He was there when it happened and his head worked that way.”

Lee Friedlander, from “Interview with Lee Friedlander,” Viewing Olmstead (1996)

(Photo: Garry Winogrand, Texas State Fair, Dallas, 1964)

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Photographer unknown