Shot in Dalah, Myanmar.
Although most men seemed to go to work, many women and kids stayed in the small village. I saw every dweller when I came to every house. No door was built in every entrance. So I could see the inside of the houses from the outside. In spite of being interested, I felt it was disgraceful to look at everything in someone else's house. I had to take in a sail whenever I stood at any entrances.
When I came to the house in this photo, I found some kids relaxing at the entrance. And I approached the house under the excuse of taking photos of them. The elderly boy had a metal bowl while holding his little brother. They seemed to just have lunch. And another kid was seen standing on the other side of them. It was surprisingly hard to give a glimpse into the inside.