Hong Kong's Tung Choi street fish market is quite a sight to see.
Beams of fluorescent lights refract off glistening baggies by the hundreds.
Tucked into impossibly crowded alleyways between two overflowing buildings, or dangling precariously from wire racks are countless varieties of fish enclosed in their own personal bubbles of atmosphere, ready to be snatched off and carried home with a lucky collector of aquatic creatures. From turtles and frogs to fugu, there's something for everyone. Walking along, taking in the sights and sounds, it's otherworldly for certain, like stumbling into a scene from Bladerunner.
Shoppers and the curious commingle, bumping shoulders to catch a glimpse at each creature.