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I was in Japan to shoot a wedding back in November of '06. My wife and I were in a taxi, speeding around Tokyo when we both noticed this street (just knew I had to shoot there). I dropped my wife off at the hotel and came back to this spot, which is actually an overpass (thus, the height). I got there just before the 6:45 train arrived at the Shinjuku station just to camera left. Out came this MASS of businesspeople from the train station and down this street, filtering in to each building until there were no more people to see. They were all hitting up the Sushi Bars, which evidently is a big part of the corporate culture. I waited for a good hour or more to see what would happen. Suddenly, like a bell or whistle went off, everyone poured back on to the streets, walking crookedly and signing, arm in arm. Stumbling back to the station, they were having a very good time. I kept snapping and snapping. 100, 200... Then, amidst the chaos, was a single man who exited the bar in the lower right of the photo, walked straight out, did a very quick heel turn and slowly bowed to the establishment. He held it for a second or two, then came back up, heel turned again and went on home.
It was simple, elegant, and totally respectful. It has become probably my favorite photo personally, and I sell more copies of this than any other photo (especially at huge sizes, like 72"x72")
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Respect by Bobby Alcott
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