“A nice afternoon as the only people sledding over 10yo, when, like an unholy din, a red menace washed over the pale white snow, camera in hand. I was a bull driven mad by rouge, and I knew…duel was on. Poor humble Douglas was caught in the crossfire, but friends die all the time in the game of war. It was only after the duel had ended, and the bodies of hundreds of Central Park children lay all around us that I noticed the man wore a #NationalGeographic emblem on his coat. He was a professional. Used to shooting #wildbeasts, my mannerisms must have been familiar to him. And the look of determination in his eye was characteristic of a man who had seen both fear and wonder. We talked after the fight, as duelist’s often do, and both held a mutual respect. He was @kikeo, check out his side of the story. #PoorDouglas #PhotoShootoff #Protographer #DuelingInTheBigLeagues #DaddyNeedsANewPairOfShoes #NatiColeGeographic”
While the photographer added:
“Capturing the beauty of Central Park today I bumped into two cool characters, Cole Sprouse and Doug Brochu. Which BTW I had no idea who they were. Nice people. Pictured: Cole snowboarding on a sleigh.
@olekingcolesprouse @camera_duels @sprousemasterworks @dugyfresh @natgeo @natgeocreative #nationalgeographic #disney #juno #storm #centralpark #snowboarding #ColeSprouse #DougBrochu #kikecalvo #instagram”
How funny is that! Did you know Cole and Doug were such good friends? Were you lucky enough to spot them during their fun in the snow?