Saturday, May 23, 2009

the PASAR of Batu Pahat continues.....

走過了魚市場, 漁腥味就漸漸散了, 接著而來的就是乾糧和蔬菜水果, 從這裡開始,就舒服多啦, 在這裡就可以看到很多的外勞在買蔬果, 還有一些便宜的日用品.

After the fish market, it was continue with stalls selling dry ingredients, vegetables and fruits. Starting from there I felt ease with smell, don't need to be distracted by the dirty water or fish scale. A lot of foreign workers can be seen here, they would usually hang around to buy foods and daily stuff.

看看這些紅通通的水果, 想必一定很甜 | Look at these red jambu, look like it tasted sweet

突然一位阿嫂出現在我的view finder里, 還裝著很自然的選擇水果順便搶鏡頭, 哈哈 | A auntie suddenly appeared in my viewfinder, acting like nothing while picking her fruit, i think she intended to get into my frame.

小倆口子正在選著水果 | couple day out for fruit

坐在地上擺攤賣水果的老夫婦 | Old Folks selling fruits on the ground

友善的兩位友族在推銷自己的西瓜又大又甜 | Two malay promoting their big and juicy watermelon

還很樂意被拍, 覺得隔天會在報章上看到自己. | they keep asking me to shoot, as if they were going to see themselves on tomorrow's paper

很多巴殺里的人都認為我們三人是在報館工作的, 可能因為沒太多年輕人來巴殺的關係吧, 更不用說拿著相機的年輕人, 一定是被老闆逼來著里工作的, 哈哈. 也或者是多數的石頭人都不覺得拍照(攝影)可以純粹是興趣.(昨天剛到神廟拍照, 也有好多人問說是不是記者)

Many of the people in pasar thought we were from the press, maybe it's because they don't get to see youngster in pasar, moreover we are with cameras. Maybe most batu pahatan think that photography cannot be kept as a pure hobby( it just occurred last night, i went for a photo shooting near a temple, and i was being asked if i was a reporter)

傳統式的乾糧店 | a traditional dry ingredient shop

在這條有雨蓋的巷子, 多數都是友族同胞的檔子, 走過這巷子, 我們到了巴殺的外圍, 拍拍陳舊的建築物還有batu河.
In this street, most of the hawkers are malay selling their malay stuff, went through it, we came to the border of the whole market, shoot some old buildings and batu river.


~harry~ said...

Wow~Oranges are my favourite^^
That two uncle seem very funny~
Finally~3 of you all just enjoyed photographing on that day~

Darren Lim :: 上煌 said...

i think everyone loves oranges, but it actually contains lesser fiber than guava, apple and mango.

Su Chua Phin 徐蔡斌 said...

Look so much like the market in Kuching :P

Darren Lim :: 上煌 said...

I am sure there are more special and variety of vegetable in kuching. Most fruits and vege here are same.

Su Chua Phin 徐蔡斌 said...

I'm pretty sure there are :P

Check this up :

If the link doesn't work, check up my blog under : Sunday Market 星期天市集 (still incomplete, but sufficient for you the grasp the idea :))

Darren Lim :: 上煌 said...

i saw it d, haha, thanks

Su Chua Phin 徐蔡斌 said...