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Magical Portraits Of Strangers From Chicago's Wintry Streets

Lights In Chicago By Photographer Satoki Nagata image

Magical Portraits Of Strangers From Chicago's Wintry Streets

As we type this, it is bitterly bitterly cold in Chicago.

Heavy snowfall and sub-zero temperatures that are some of the coldest on record are making "the windy city" the "wintry city" in more ways than one. So what better time to discover and reveal the work of local photographer Satoki Nagata

He's been braving the icy cold streets over the past 2.5 years to photograph these chilling images of strangers who are battling the elements as they traverse through the cities. By using a remote-controlled flash and positioning it perfectly as the stranger walks past, he's been able to create the illusion that the silhouette is suspended in time.

The ongoing series is titled "Lights in Chicago", you can see Satkoi's continuing and magical work right here

Via Satoki Nagata

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