Exhausted People Caught Falling Asleep in Tokyo

We know that a long day at work can be tiring, but have you ever seen people so sleepy that they can’t stay awake in public spaces? Photographer Adrian Storey definitely has! The photographer, also known as Uchujin, has taken it upon himself to capture all of the dreaming citizens of Tokyo, where he is currently based. The series, titled Let the Poets Cry Themselves to Sleep, features plenty of commuters that can’t seem to keep their eyes open, lounging in the most unusually public spaces. I understand falling asleep on a subway ride home after a grueling day, but not even making it down the steps to the subway platform without dozing off? Maybe these people need a vacation…

Per the photographer’s request, all images have been removed from this post.



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Countless Glittering Stars Illuminate a Dreamy World Below

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Floating Cabin Lets Nature-Lovers Sleep in the Treetops of Sweden

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