Cebongan local market is one of many traditional markets in Yogyakarta. The following photographs represent the real life inside and around the market. Many interesting things in the market. In there as if the time is too slow, the culture goes slowly, in contrast with presence of transnational companies that go too fast. All creating strange juxtapositions. The photos were taken by M Dwi Marianto in 2009, who happened to have a friend – Budi Streptiadi Fudail who passed away in the same year – living closely to the market.
Dawet Ayu is cold drink made of rice or arrowroot flour, coconut milk and palm sugar, available on trading day at Cebongan traditional market. October 2013
A terracotta container of Dawet Ayu drink, available at Cebongan traditional market, Cebongan. Sleman, Yogyakarta, 23 October 2013
Petruk, a clown character taken from the wayang epic of Mahabharata, used as decoration and part of the brand of Dawet Ayu.
Dawet Ayu of Banjarnegara, at Cebongan Market, Sleman, Yogyakarta, 23 October 2013
Buddha Head and Coconut tree at Cebongan Market, Sleman, Yogyakarta, where the majority of the people are mosleems, and few Christians, whereas there is almost no Buddhist there. 23 oCTOBER 2013
Head of Buddha, Dove, and Cage, 23 October 2013, photogrphed by M Dwi Marianto. A very interesting juxtaposition.
Image of Buddha, Cebongan 23 October 2013, Taken by M Dwi Marianto
Trying a dove wistle
Dove whistles at Cebongan Market, 23 October 2013, photo by M Dwi Marianto
Dove whistles, 23 October 2013-2
Rabbit sellers at Cebongan local market 2009
Lamb & sheep trading at Cebongan Market 2009
Traditional tools at Cebongan market 2009
More whistles to see at Cebongan
Whistle in the form of wayang golek 7 March 2013
Whistle vendor 7 March 2013 at Cebongan
Ring and gems on sale at Cebongan Market, 7 March 2013
Cock-fighting croupier at Cebongan Market, 7 March 2013
- negotiation on price at the Market, Cebongan 7 March 2013
Poor chick coloured for business, 2013
Merchants and merchandises at Cebongan 7 March 2013
Caping seller at Cebongan Local Market
Wrong toys – abused chicks, at Cebongan, March 2013