Shot in the city of Mae Klong, Thailand.
The people working in the market spent time easily. Although I thought it was not a busy time, I worried whether their business worked out or not. Perhaps, I was just a worrier. They enjoyed their lives in their own way. The woman wearing a polka-dotted apron sat on the chair in the back of her shop. Because there were no customers, she was lazy and relax there.
A smartphone was in her hand. And she was playing with it happily. According to a report, the prevalence rate of smartphone in Thailand was about 70%. It became common from the bottom up. I couldn't find out which smartphone she used. Android OS had a high penetration rate in this country also. So she had a high degree of probability for using an Android smartphone made by Samsung. Unfortunately, Japanese manufacturers tend to be less represented in the industry segments of smartphone.