Chinese fishing net

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Comments (19)

Luis Maderuelo on July 10, 2007

Very delicate. I like it

Marilyn Whiteley on July 11, 2007

Thank you, Luis, for your visit and your generous comments. I'm especially glad you like this one because I do, too.

Panoramio has some beautiful photos that show what these nets are like. Here's a lovely one by polytropos. But I didn't have a sunset or even a blue sky. I just tried to good use of what I had!

©polytropos on July 11, 2007

But you found a way to show the lightness and transparency of the net. It looks like the net would be thrown in the sea at that moment. There is a great elegance in that picture. Congratulations and thanks for your comments.

Marilyn Whiteley on July 12, 2007

Many thanks for your comment. Unfortunately nobody was throwing any nets into the sea at that time. This was about two months after the tsunami, and everyone was afraid to fish.

©polytropos on July 12, 2007

When I passed this region in the backwaters in december 2002 there was nobody fishing too. I think this nets has only touristic reasons now ;-)

Marilyn Whiteley on July 13, 2007

Yes, polytropos, I think you're right. But when we were there, we were told that nobody was fishing by any method, although they needed the fish. They had fears about what the fish were eating.

Janina_Bieleńko on March 31, 2008

Great view. The modern material (I suppose...) "on watch" traditional mode of fishing. :)

The Gold Star

Marilyn Whiteley on March 31, 2008

Thank you, Janina, for finding this and especially for the Gold Star. It's not the rich, romantic shot that polytropos's is: I didn't have that opportunity. But I've always liked this--the best I could do as we sailed past.

Vinod Kumar M on February 23, 2009

very nice !!! You can see more Chinese fishnets here......

Greetings from Kerala, Vinod

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Marilyn Whiteley on February 23, 2009

Thank you for your comment andlink, Vinod. I envy you the beautiful colours in your fine photos! I just had to make the best of what there was as we passed by all too quickly.

Greetings from Canad, Marilyn

Amelia Royan on June 28, 2009

Wonderful photo Marilyn, I have only just discovered your alternative site :)

Greetings, Amelia

Henny Penny on June 29, 2009

This is a marvelous photo. Well done.

Cheers Jen

Marilyn Whiteley on July 4, 2009

Thank you, Amelia and Jen, for exploring.

Yes, Amelia--without tags I'm a woman of mystery ...

Cheers, Marilyn

Sk.Kabirul.Hashan on October 7, 2009

Dear so nice composition of picture.

Marilyn Whiteley on January 10, 2010

Very late but sincere thanks, Kabir. Greetings from Canada, Marilyn

Marilyn Whiteley on January 10, 2010

Thank you, Kabir, for your comment. Best wishes from Canada.

Teresa Jankowska on June 13, 2010

very good picture and nice composition- greetings from Poland- Teresa

Marilyn Whiteley on June 14, 2010

Many thanks, Teresa. I'm glad you like this: it was a lovely sight. Greetings from Canada, Marilyn

Thanks also to whoever sent a location suggestion. I'm sure I don't have it in exactly the right place, but I DO know that I took it about an hour and a half after passing through the lock separating the fresh and salt water, and I don't believe your suggestion fits with that.

Korcsog Rita on December 27, 2010

Beautiful!Like!Happy New Year 2011!Rita

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on June 11, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Marilyn Whiteley
    • Camera: OLYMPUS CORPORATION C770UZ
    • Taken on 2005/02/23 22:40:28
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/800)
    • Focal Length: 6.30mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO64
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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