Shot at Kyauktan Township in Myanmar.
Walking the market in Kyauktan, I found a man crouching on the edge of the passage. A blue plastic bowl was put on the ground in front of him. And some plastic bags were placed beside the bowl, which was filled with the red peppers. They were dried up and deep red. Perhaps, they had been dried in the sun. Watching the color, they seemed to be hot discernibly. The red pepper is an ingredient essential for Burmese cuisine. So it could be one of the strong sellers in this market. Anyway, I can't handle spicy food.
The red pepper was the articles for sale of the man, who wore a checkered green Longyi. Crouching alone, he was just hulling the red peppers there. It is an unglamorous work. However, he did his job carefully.