I Think We're Alone Now

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When I think of Tokyo I immediately envision zebra crosswalks and rain wet streets majestically reflecting retail lights. I also feel the reserved caution of everyone trying to act and behave as expected. And the thrill when that doesn't happen. I caught this moment one late night while walking home, … (read more)

When I think of Tokyo I immediately envision zebra crosswalks and rain wet streets majestically reflecting retail lights. I also feel the reserved caution of everyone trying to act and behave as expected. And the thrill when that doesn't happen. I caught this moment one late night while walking home, the streets empty except for this couple, obvious to the world around them.

Originally published in "Don't Go Outside" my first book of Tokyo street photography in 2017.


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