After watching the street in front of the Kyauktan market from upstairs, I decided to move. When I came to the reverse side of the corridor, I found a barber. Like other barbers everywhere in the world, a big mirror was hung on the wall.
A boy, who was a customer, sat on the chair. And a barber was just cutting the boy's hair happily. An electrical shaver was in his hand. He trimmed the neckline. On the other hand, the boy sat sullenly. He might think he was not on exhibition. Looking at the mirror, I found some people in it. One boy, probably the customer's friend, and one man were seen in it. The boy who wore the cap backward looked at me happily through the mirror. He was interested in having photos taken much more than the condition of his friend's hair.
May 2, 2019
SONY ALPHA 7R II
SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA