Making Sugar Cane Juice

Making Sugar Cane Juice

One of several vendors making and selling sugar cane juice at the Southeast Asian Water Festival last week.


14 thoughts on “Making Sugar Cane Juice


    The shot is very nice and you explained the total process in one shot
    Bravo Chris
    Here in my country you can find a shop making sugar cane juice in every street cause the weather is hot in summer
    In winter they work also but a little bit
    Cheers And thanks for sharing:-)

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Hello Soheir
      That is interesting. It is the first time I’ve seen sugar cane juice. A difference between the places we live. It was good tastings, refreshing and filling.
      Have a great day
      Cheers 😃

  2. Robin

    That really is a beautiful shot! You always have such great composition. Making sugar cane juice, which I am not familiar with, looks very labor intensive. It is nice to see hand-crafted goods 🙂 The festival sounds like it was interesting, too.

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you, Robin…We’d never heard of sugar cane juice until that day. I think the trick is having one of those machines, but it is still not easy. Definitely a fun event to attend. Cheers =)

  3. Alexandra

    brilliant photo, Chris, that huge pile of sugar cane gives great idea of the pile of work ahead of the poor guy lol …do you still update the People at work project? 🙂


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