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Hong Kong's Wet Markets
Food is an obsession for most Hong Kong Chinese.  While there are plenty of modern, Western-style supermarkets in town, many people prefer to go to the so-called 'wet markets' for fresh food.  Almost every neighborhood has at least one.   I took these shots at a wet market just a few minutes from my apartment in Sai Ying Pun.


       

Fresh meat

If you like it rare...

Chicken

Feet

When one is not enuff

Looks kinda mean

Caught this morning

Fresh fish

Bloody fish

Sucka

Salted fish

Drying in the sun

"hellllllp me!"

Lots of oranges

Wonderful peppers

Roses


 
 

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