Silence of the Lambs

W.Lim   

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Taken:
2011-05-16
Uploaded: 2018-11-13
Camera:
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens:
EF28-70mm f/2.8L USM
Focal length: 28 mm
F-Stop:
5.6
Filter:
N/A
Shutter Speed:
1/125 s
Tripod:
No
ISO:
800
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No
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guillaumejm (2018/11/14)

CLODO (2018/11/14)

BabaCam (2018/11/14)

Current discussion:

BabaCam (2018/11/15 09:24:29): My working colleague is from Riga. One of the things she noticed when she moved to Switzerland was the meat department in the grocery stores like Migros. She noticed that only the best pieces were sold. Nothing a bit less fancy.

Slowly the butchers disappear from the small businesses scene in our cities. It still exists but much less although because we eat more veggies/go vegan etc. Going to the butcher is/was one way to reduce the trash at least a little. The meat was wrapped, finito.
W.Lim (2018/11/14 19:43:43): Hi Barb,

Thanks for the Fav. I took these types of photos when traveling, but I honestly never really think of posting or sharing, if not for ToM. These would never be seen here. Haha.

Living in the city, our meat come from the refrigerated room with nice packages, our trash are taken away to places we don't see, we never even question where the trash go. and we flash the toilet, we don't really know where it goes either. Only when traveling to places like this we see trash pile up high next to a river or stream or street corner...etc.

This type of photos are hard to get good quality, since it is spontaneous street shot with low light and lots going on, and no pose, just real life as it is with or without the camera.

W

FotoShipshuck (2018/11/15)

feather (2018/11/15)

plimrn (2019/01/17)

Current discussion:

plimrn (2019/01/20 00:01:57): I'm sure you're right
W.Lim (2019/01/18 17:44:38): Hi Pat, I think it is part of reasons... and also they are probably selling them as well. I know, we hate to even think about it, but it could be used for soup or stew of some sort.