Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Mobile Street Vendor 移動攤販 ...


When we hear that familiar "honk" sound, 
chances are the mobile street vendor on his motorbike
with varieties of bread and snacks is nearby
...
Life is always difficult for them
regardless of a hot weather or a rainy day
...

Mobile Street Vendor 移動攤販 ...

Near Pasar Tani, 
Kuala Lumpur ...


29 comments:

kai51 said...

If it lasts the life of a peddler, with this picture show us how much it costs to run a business.
A greeting

Joop Zand said...

Great shot !!

Olivier said...

bien vu, et tres surcharger ;)

Theanne and Baron said...

I've seen photos of the vendors before but yours is shot from an great angle! That's a fantastic load for a motor scooter!

maia said...

Je garde beaucoup de souvenirs en Asie de ces vendeurs si chargés.
Belle photo Wong

Filip Demuinck said...

Amazing that the bike doesn't flip over.

Greetings,
Filip

Traveling Hawk said...

In my childhood, mobile street vendors have been those who sold ice-cream:)

Angela Häring-Christen said...

That's art of Kuala Lumpur, Thailand, and ...
In Switzerland is this impossible.

Bob Bushell said...

I wonder, are the items to sell act as a passenger? Lovely photo.

Miriam said...

Buenísima!!!!!
Mis saludos

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Another scene you will never see in Australia. Great perspective.

Cloudia said...

you have a great heart and I look forward to your posts each day!


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joaquín said...

Where do the driver sit?

Art at Chesterbrook Academy Elementary School said...

Such a beautiful shot capturing a balancing act.

It definitely takes a lot of talent to ride this motorcycle with all this weight.

George said...

I've always been amazed at the load that can be carried by these peddlers. This is a great capture.

Esmeralda said...

Espectacular. La vida es así.
Saludos

ρομπερτ said...

strength !

please have a good wednesday.

Farmchick said...

So much on one bike. What a load of work.

Randy said...

I would not want that job.

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

That's pretty cool, but I wouldn't want to be the driver. I'd be afraid people would just drive up and take what they want. But too cool.

William Cheng 莊家駒 said...

My daily breakfast during my school time.

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Wow, what a load to carry. Great capture.

Darryl and Ruth :)

Andrey Salikov said...

nice bright light

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I can see it's not only the weather they have to think about, it's the balancing too! What a fabulous shot of this typical street scene in your world!

s.c said...

Lucky for him he is selling not so heavy stuff. But still learning how to drive or means the L something else.

MTO Photography said...

Looks pretty wobbly out:D
As always, great capture!

Rob and Mandy said...

Is there actually any space left for the driver???

Laura.M said...

For many, life is not a truck of roses!
a hug.

Costea said...

A part of everyday life.