Times Square is a place most people who live in New York avoid at all times.  As someone who is attracted to extremes, I wanted to explore intimacy and stillness in one of the busiest and most aggressive places in the city.  Chris, Alex, and I spent some time hanging out in this weird valley of advertisements, Elmos, and Hulks.

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