"The Smiling Parking Meter," East Camden, New Jersey, 1978
That was outside of Shellow's Luncheonette. I lined them up against this white wall, and everybody was just cracking up at that time. Bruce was telling some jokes, Steven Van Zandt was rolling his eyes, and every time Steven was rolling his eyes, Bruce would crack up. It was a spontaneous and contagious laugh fest that was going on. We couldn't keep straight. I just said, "Alright, let's just shoot it." And everybody was laughing. But when I printed the picture, I realized there was a parking meter in the lower right quadrant of the photograph. And when I started looking at the parking meter, it looked like it had a smile on its face. So it was called "The Smiling Parking Meter," that shot.