Laundries Hung Under Eaves And Razorback

Laundries hung under eaves

The razorback was seen walking at the end of the path

Shot in the village of Akha tribe on outskirts of Muang Sing, Laos.

Because the dwellers in this village didn't care about me, I walked around the village alone. The locals were not happy about me carrying an SLR camera. Yet they said nothing about walking around their territory.

Many laundries were hung to dry under the eaves. And a Razorback was walking at the end of the unpaved path. Fortunately, it had no interest in me same as the locals because it understood that it could not eat me.

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Information of this photo

Photo No.
1502
Shooting Date
Jan 2008
Posted On
March 21, 2008
Place
Muang Sing, Laos
Genre
Street Photography
Archive
MAR 2008 IN THE CITY LAOS
Camera
CANON EOS 1V
Lens
EF85MM F1.2L II USM
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