A Becak was parked in the corner of one such market. The seat of the becak is attached to the front of the vehicle, so depending on how you look at it, it may look like a wheelchair or a shopping cart. But I was in a traditional market in Cirebon, Indonesia. It is not designed for a wheelchair or even a shopping cart to enter. It was unnatural to see a Becak parked in a corner of the market.
There was a pile of vegetables on the seat of the Becak. It looked like a shopping cart being pushed by a shopper who had stocked up on a week's worth of food. I couldn't see any customers or even a driver around the vehicle, so perhaps the shopper was still buying food at some store at this very moment. In any case, it is probably because of people who buy in this way that I see becak running with full of vegetables.
February 16, 2021
SONY ALPHA 7R II
ZEISS BATIS 2/40 CF