The restaurant will not open until later in the day, but while we were in the station, we noticed a small staff meeting going on just beyond the ropes closing it off to the public. The three figures were thrown into silhouettes by the bright lights on the façade of the restaurant, which sits just above the station’s main concourse. I made a number of images of this conference from the opposite end of the station, watching the man on the right dominate the conversation. In this image, he raises one arm to his head, while the other is bent at the elbow and anchored to his waist in an authoritative display of body language. The other men are quiet – they betray no emotional response. An arch curves over the group, creating shadows that echo the dark entrance to the restaurant. A final silhouette adds context: the coat rack on the right displays only empty hangers, telling us that the establishment is not yet open for business.