Keelung, Taiwan – 02:34, May 23, 2015
Category: Street Photography, Taiwan Tagged: cutting, fish, fish market, Keelung, market, Photography, portrait, street photography, Taiwan, Timothy S. Allen, trimming, tuna, wholesale
Them is good eatin’.
Oh, and the photo is great, too!
Wow – I bet that is stone great tuna – but I still do not like it when the butcher smokes while chopping – ha
Yes, and I agree on the smoking but common here in Taiwan.
yes – and it was a great part of the street shot you gave us – – 🙂 and I bet that tuna is top of the line – mm
Thank you and I suspect it would be used for sashimi.
Great use of light and movement here. Beautiful composition and loads of primary colours. And the colour of tuna is spot on. Looks delicious by the way! There’s a fortune of tuna there.
Thank you. Yes, the the tuna and the cost. It was a fun shoot but very unfriendly people. Unusual for Taiwanese. This maybe due to the high level of publicity that over fishing has received throughout the world and they maybe suspicious.
Miam miam! I like the movement on this picture.
Thank you. I decided not to ask him to pose. He and other that morning were not happy about is foreigner being around.
Nice tuna shot.
Thanks considering the scarcity of tuna images…
Yes, I never thought I’d write that in a sentence.
Dude’s like – You want a piece of me?!
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