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Photography from south-east Asia by Jon Sanwell

Fabric | Pasar Beringharjo (II)

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Pasar Beringharjo – in Jogja, Java – is one of those big, sprawling south-east Asian urban markets that seem to sell almost everything. This post focuses on the ladies – and occasional rogue gentleman – selling fabric, dresses, shirts, bags and headscarves.

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2 Responses to “Fabric | Pasar Beringharjo (II)”

  1. bluebrightly

    I’m partial to the older woman in white – so elegant but resigned – and the first picture, for the woman’s truly friendly, warm expression. She seems to have a sense of humor.

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