Shot in the city of Yangon, Myanmar.
Walking a street in the downtown, I fond a Kun seller again. As said before, there was an enormous number of Kun seller in the Yangon. It meant that Kun was in high demand here.
The young man in this photo also got orders and just made Kun. He grabbed some betel leaves in his hand and was about to place them on the table. Watching him, I was attracted by two parts of his body. One was the big tattoo on his arm. His arm was occupied by the tattoo. And the other was plastic gloves on his hands. Although I have seen many Kun sellers in this city, it was uncommon to see sellers who wore gloves during making Kun. Maybe he thought the bare hands altered the flavor of what he made. Or he thought to make with his bare hands was unsanitary. Anyway, he might be a little bit strange.
Taking photos, two little nuns made merry on the other side of the seller.