Night Lights

People enjoy a night out on the town in Tokyo.

Taking this photo meant taking a risk, as photographer Alan Wong had to set his camera on a tripod in the midst of late-night revellers.

"There were quite a few people who were drunk and attempted to push my camera," he recounts, "but it was definitely a shot to remember."

POTD 20181114 | Photography by Alan Wong


 

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