Guilin Part 2

david-lowdavid-low Amateur hobbyistSingaporePosts: 739Registered Users Major grins
edited February 4, 2019 in Street and Documentary

The first part was mainly landscape. You can view here.
https://dgrin.com/discussion/264643/guilin-china

This sets I zero onto their working environment.


Yes, use nets. Free the cormorants.


A beautiful catch by the fisherman

Comments

  • black mambablack mamba Major grins Jacksonville, FLPosts: 6,516Registered Users Major grins

    Exceptional work, David. This current series is also very educational for me. I'm particularly amazed at #4 in this set. It's all I can do to throw an 8 to 10 foot net when shrimping my local Florida waters. I can't imagine trying to throw a net of such dimensions as the one shown here. I have a new hero in that fisherman.

    Tom

    If God wanted me to touch my toes, he would have put them on my knees.
  • david-lowdavid-low Amateur hobbyist SingaporePosts: 739Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 4, 2019

    @black mamba said:
    Exceptional work, David. This current series is also very educational for me. I'm particularly amazed at #4 in this set. It's all I can do to throw an 8 to 10 foot net when shrimping my local Florida waters. I can't imagine trying to throw a net of such dimensions as the one shown here. I have a new hero in that fisherman.

    Tom

    Tks Tom for dropping in and your nice words again.

    I have completely no knowledge about throwing of net. By what you said, he must have great skill and balancing act too, standing merely on 5 rows of crudely strung together bamboo poles.

  • RichardRichard Mildly bemused Madrid, SpainPosts: 18,894Administrators, Vanilla Admin moderator

    Another remarkable set David. #4 is my favorite, but all are wonderful. Keep 'em coming.

  • david-lowdavid-low Amateur hobbyist SingaporePosts: 739Registered Users Major grins

    @Richard said:
    Another remarkable set David. #4 is my favorite, but all are wonderful. Keep 'em coming.

    Thank you Richard and your encourgement. I'm working on Part 3.

  • denisegoldbergdenisegoldberg Major grins North Andover, MAPosts: 12,345Super Moderators moderator

    This is another wonderful set David!

    The 4th photo is my favorite too.

  • toragstorags Major grins Posts: 4,333Registered Users Major grins

    Remarkable is an appropriate term...

    What a fantastic rich location to shoot...

    Well done David

    Rags
  • david-lowdavid-low Amateur hobbyist SingaporePosts: 739Registered Users Major grins

    @denisegoldberg said:
    This is another wonderful set David!

    The 4th photo is my favorite too.

    Tks Denise. This photo incidentally is inside my favourite gallery.

  • david-lowdavid-low Amateur hobbyist SingaporePosts: 739Registered Users Major grins

    @torags said:
    Remarkable is an appropriate term...

    What a fantastic rich location to shoot...

    Well done David

    Thanks Torags for viewing again. Yes indeed, this place has so many variables and countless ways to shoot. I really don't mind going there again in a different season and harvesting time.

  • JuanoJuano Major grins Brasilia, BrazilPosts: 3,642Registered Users Major grins

    In awe...

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