Umbrella, Signboards And Motorbike Ownership Ratio

Older woman walking with umbrella near Bailan Market

An older woman was walking with an umbrella near Bailan Market

Shot near Bailan Market in Taipei, Taiwan.

Walked the street in Bailan Market from end to end. I entered another street bisected the market. It was wider than the street in the market and the automobiles wandered up and down. And both sides of the road were occupied by motorbikes. I saw many motorbikes in Taiwan. According to research in 2011, the motorbike ownership ratio in Taiwan is 65.3 per 100 people. It is predominantly high in the world. The second highest country is Malaysia and its ratio was 34.7. So Taiwan is the highest by far. No wonder I find many motorbikes everywhere on this island.

Walking the wide street while watching the big signboards, I wondered the streets on this island became overwhelmed with the cars if all the owners of motorbikes took possession of cars.

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Photo No.
11287
Shooting Date
Jul 2019
Posted On
November 19, 2019
Place
Taipei, Taiwan
Genre
Street Photography
Camera
SONY ALPHA 7R II
Lens
ZEISS BATIS 1.8/85
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