Shot at Bailan Market in Taipei, Taiwan.
Both sides of the street were occupied by stores in Bailan Market. Some stores set up shop in the building. Yet most of the businessmen did business with the stall. And the stalls were placed just in front of the buildings. Is this style common in Taiwan? I saw the same situation in the night markets.
I thought it was inconvenient for the owners of the buildings. It could be burdensome to pass through the stalls to go in and out all of the time. Besides, I wondered how the shopkeepers handled when they sensed the need to have a bowel movement. The more I thought, the more the mystery thickened. At any rate, the local people might take no notice.
Holding my camera while thinking of that, a bicycle cut across in front of me.
November 16, 2019
RICOH GR III