Shot at Kyauktan Township in Myanmar.
Walking through the area where the shop turned over the fishnets, I came to another area of the market. No fishnets were seen there. Alternatively, some bullion dealers appeared. Yet these shops were not busy. The passage in front of them was deserted. Because this market was in the tranquil town, not many shoppers came here to buy precious metals.
The woman in this photo also seemed to have nothing to do. She sat on the chair placed in the passage and just made small talk with her friend. Her friend said something funny. She started to laugh in the passage.
By the way, I thought the number of bullion dealers increased in inverse proportion to the stability of the government. If the government doesn't win the confidence, people buy jewelry to protect their fortune. From this point of view, the government seemed not to gain credit yet.