Turned a corner and walked into an alley. The alleyway was so narrow that people could barely pass each other. Some of the shops had their products in front of them, but some of them were left empty and the atmosphere in the alley was lonely. It seemed to be the kind of place where people who lived in the neighborhood came to buy a few things. The locals didn't pay much attention when they saw me walking around with my camera in hand.
When I went to the back, there was a shop that looked like a grocery store. Some vegetables were laid out on a stand that was out in the storefront. And not so many vegetables were displayed there. I thought the vegetables seemed to be dead stocks in other shops. I couldn't even find a shopkeeper in the lonely greengrocery.
I took advantage of the lack of staves in the store to look at what was on sale. Vegetables didn't always appeal to me, but it was the peas that exceptionally appealed to me. The peas hanging from the eaves were large. Looking at the shucks of peas, I was a little scared that something was going to come out of the inside.
May 14, 2020
Still Life Photography
SONY ALPHA 7R II
ZEISS BATIS 2/40 CF