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Graham Street Wet Market in Hong Kong, Monday at 3 PM

Welcome to the photo series Eater Scenes, in which photographers visit some of the world's great restaurants to capture them at a certain, and very specific, point in the day. Here now, Julie Falconer at the Graham Street Wet Market in Hong Kong.

Several weeks ago, before protests shook the city, photographer/blogger Julie Falconer took photographs of Hong Kong's Graham Street Wet Market for Eater. A center for street food, produce, fish and meat, the 160 year-old Graham Street Wet Market is the city's oldest continuously operating market, but its days are numbered. A plan to redevelop the area will move many of the stalls inside, and vendors fear the change may endanger the market. Above, check out the bounty at the Graham Street Wet Market in Hong Kong, as shot in mid-September.

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