After I enter the dining room, take a seat, staring at the menu, and then I order what I want to eat. I enjoy looking at the menu, even if it's lunch. Especially when I am hungry, whatever I see looks delicious. But It will strange soon. Once I order, the pleasure of looking at the menu disappears and I feel like a monk until your food comes out.
But that doesn't mean you have to reopen the menu that you were enjoying earlier. I thought I'd chosen the best menu.
I can't help but think, "Oh, I should have gone this way."
It's hard to be disappointed when I find another delicious dish. It's best not to look back. If you feel like you've become a monk, it's time to play with your phone. Playing with the phone is the easiest way to distract myself in these times.
This feeling is not only shared by me, but also by the people of Jakarta, and I think the man who was waiting for noodles at a street corner stall in this city felt like a monk. He stared at his own phone and started to call.
September 21, 2020
SONY ALPHA 7R II
ZEISS BATIS 2/40 CF