Sunday, May 20, 2012

Weaving a Living


A fisherman weaves his damaged net at Pandan, Caoayan. I approached him and asked if I he didn't mind me taking photos around his bamboo raft. He said, he didn't. In fact, even when I was taking this photo, he didn't winch a smile or a grimace at all, as if I wasn't there.

This place is where the river washes out to sea. Fishemen can choose to head out to sea when the waters are calm, or they can choose to catch fishes in the river. Fish pens are plenty in this place.

Photo: Rob. R. Lightmaster

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