Shot at Khlong Toei Market in Bangkok, Thailand.
The place I walked around was crammed with butchers. Every shop set out blocks of meat. And many shoppers were wriggling between shops. Watching the scene, I wondered how the shoppers determined the shop which they should buy. The meat was displayed as far as I could see. And they looked the same for me. Perhaps, they might be different from each other by the brand or the production region.
Anyway, I focused on a female butcher this time. She worked in one of many butchers. A chopping block was placed in front of her and a kitchen knife was put on it. At the time of being, she was cutting pork. Looking closer, her tool was a strange knife. The blade was in the shape of the quarter of the circle. At any rate, the shape was uncommon in Japan.
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February 13, 2020
RICOH GR III