Shot in the city of Malacca, Malaysia. There was a cafe in the shade by the roadside. Because it was near the Kampong Kling's Mosque, most of the customers relaxing in it were Muslim. The man crossing his legs in the photo seemed to be wearing a Muslim cap called takiyah.
By the way, the mosque was the oldest mosque in this country.
I was thirsty and stepped inside Starbucks of all things. Of course, there were many Starb…(more)
There were many foreign brand coffee chain in the city. For example, Starbucks, The Coffee…(more)
Three men were sitting on the bench in front of a small tea shop and relaxing. The shop wa…(more)
An unshaven man wrapping a cloth around his head tightly was resting in a small cafe by th…(more)
There was a jerry-built building in the street and it was a chai stand. It had stopped rai…(more)
There was a humble chai stand in the street. Not only this one but also other cafes were p…(more)
Two men were sitting in a small cafe and drinking Myanmar's tea. They seemed to be relaxin…(more)
It was a weekday. When I entered a cafe I saw many businessmen wearing business suits rela…(more)
Shot in the city of Mumbai, India. The man was making Samosas in a storefront.
They were selling apples by the wayside and showed me.…(more)
The bearded man I met in the streets started to chuckle when I held my SLR camera. He look…(more)
Three children was standing in front of my camera. One shaven-bald boy in the left side lo…(more)