Various fruits were sold in the street market. Most of them were homegrown. If the situation was stabilized, the earth in Myanmar was lush land. It was said the export of the fruits was trebled in this 6 years. I can only hope not to be overrun by international major fruit companies in the future. Otherwise, this country would become like Central American countries.
The young woman in this photo sold oranges in the street market. She had a big tray slung across her shoulder and the tray was filled with her articles for sale. Even though I focused on her, she didn't look at my camera. She seemed shy. When I asked her for taking some photos of her, she nodded slightly. However, she didn't cast an eye on me. She waited for customers while she looked down.
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January 24, 2019
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