Shot in the city of Bago, Myanmar.
Many baskets were seen in the storefront. Every basket was filled with Quail eggs. Some women sat among the baskets and worked. They seemed to sort out the eggs. They took an egg and checked its condition one after another. Because there were plentiful eggs, it could take a long time to finish sorting out all the eggs. So the women worked without saying a word. And they didn't notice me stopping in front of them, either.
During traveling Myanmar, I saw many Quail eggs seller. They might purchase in this kind of store. Burmese people often eat Quail eggs. They looked like a kind of snack here. Both young and old shell and eat when they are a bit hungry. I didn't know why the Burmese people ate so often. Maybe it was easy to breed.