Minami Zephyr (小南风) has only one long communal table and a small round table for two, making it the sparsest café I have ever been to. It is, however, also a studio, a gallery, and a zakka shop selling pretty things like postcards and handmade pouches.
We were lucky to find ourselves settled at the two-seater by the window. An investiture of some sort was going on at the other table, but the youths were more fun than rowdy, not once breaking the peace of the place.
So we went about doing our own thing, as they did theirs.
It was a lovely afternoon.
The ample light at our corner really worked for our photography, and I’m glad that the ProFoto XL 100 roll captured the light and mood rather accurately.
Ferrania Solaris 200
ProFoto XL 100