Photos by MJ Klein
I decided to take the Nikon to the local night market this past Monday. Unfortunately the restaurant where we eat wasn’t open that night; otherwise the market was business as usual. All shots were taken in ambient light and the colors are just as you would see them with your eye.
This could be the most photos in any post yet! From food, clothing, games of chance and skill, tea, cakes kiddie rides to mobile phones, Taiwan night markets are nice family events and great for people watching.
Huge waterway in downtown Hukou. Walk down the road to the left and you will find the night market.
There is no one tending this stall because they are selling illegally copied DVDs. Notice the little pink receptacle for money. People buy on the “honor system.” The irony appears to be lost on the shoppers.
This is one of a few clothing vendors with an on-site seamstress who will customize your purchase. Sometimes you see people trying on pants in the open, but most times by pulling them up over the ones they are wearing. I don’t know how you can check the fit by doing that.
As you can see, there isn’t much that you can’t get or do at our local night market!
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