In Bangkok's Phra Nakhon district, a fishmonger was also doing business in a shopping street I stepped into. There was a wagon, and a woman wearing an apron was selling fish. The fish she was selling seemed to be dried fish. All the fish displayed on the wagon had their heads removed and were dried. When I came to the wagon, a customer was just about to buy some fish.
The woman at the fishmonger's counter was loading the fish onto the scale as requested by the customer. She was placing the fish on the scale as if there was nothing interesting about it. But she was careful. I wondered if it was because she was selling by weight, so sales would depend on the weight of the fish. I looked at the woman's fingernails and saw that they were beautifully manicured. She seemed to be a woman who never forgets to be fashionable even while working among the fish.
|Dec 2017 PEOPLE THAILAND
|APRON BANGKOK FISH FISHMONGER WEIGHING MACHINE
December 31, 2017
January 6, 2024
SONY ALPHA 7R II
SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA