On the streets of Jaipur.. a tailor works in a kind of garage while his client on a motorbike waits. There are plenty of this kind of tailor shops along the Indian streets.
A Snake charmer is entertaining the people... and the cobra, on the streets of Galle Fort... To take these photos, one of the cobra almost bite me on the leg (if it still has teeth to do it). This is a common tourist attraction in Sri Lanka.
The working conditions in India are not the safest. These men worked without a helmet and with thongs climbed up a high voltage pylon, heedless of danger.
A man working in the shadow inside his house. Everyone must learn how to do as many things as possible... it's also a way to save money. Adaptability is definitely a remarkable skill, that everyone should learn.
Walking the streets of my neighborhood. A typical Vietnamese vendor carrying her goods along the city streets looking for customers. Carrying this stuff all the day is pretty tough and tiring, sometimes she needs to take a break and sit on the street, perhaps waiting for the customers to come.
Early in the morning the team of street cleaners, all "well equipped", go to the streets to clean them as well as possible. Normally I see women working on the streets in Vietnam. During a stop on the bus journey to Châu Dôc, I saw a team of women street cleaners who were drying the puddles on the roadside.
Walking down the streets, the life is always hectic and very noisy, from early morning until evening.. among the constant traffic and the numerous street vendors.
This woman works in the fields of tea eight hours every day of the week for only 220rupees daily (3euro).
Does not have enough money to buy shoes for work (and works in bare feet) but she has enough to keep smiling and to show us her beautiful hospitality..