On the way to Fatahillah Square, there were a lot of businessmen on the sidewalk. They sold food, souvenirs, and others. They created a tourist buzz, but they were never overly staged. Everyone was working in a calm tone. When I walked by with my camera, they didn't even call out to me persistently. The people peddling on the streets of Jakarta didn't seem to be shy about it.
The horse-drawn carriages waiting for customers on the road were also decorated, giving the impression of a tourist attraction, but the coachmen, like the people doing business on the sidewalk, did not react to my appearance. When I pointed the camera at the horse, they were unresponsive.
And what about the horse that was pointed at by my camera, it didn't get any kind of reaction from my gear. It may be resigned to running day after day with a human on board, or he may be getting fed up with being human.
|May 2020 ANIMAL INDONESIA|
|HORSE JAKARTA SIDE FACE|
May 9, 2020
SONY ALPHA 7R II
ZEISS BATIS 2/40 CF