Friday, December 21, 2012

2012, Day 355 - Mincing

How could anyone fail to admire a woman who could reduce your face to a fine paste with a cleaver in each hand?  This photograph was taken at the Boeng Keng Kang Market in Phnom Pehn.  I wandered off while Araceli and Francene were trying their luck at a traditional Khmer breakfast of rice porridge and ended up walking down a narrow walkway with pieces of meat dangling from hook all around me.  Although I have been vegetarian for a decade now I don't find it disturbing and would rather see people consume fresh farm-to-table meats than the factory farmed stuff you get on styrofoam wrapped in plastic.

Canon 1D X, Canon 50/f1.2L
50mm, f2, 1/125 sec @ 500 ISO

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