Honestly I do not know whether my respect and appreciation towards fishermen are solely byproducts of my love for fish. Keeping my gustatory greed aside, I always feel that fishing is such an undervalued profession despite steep market price of fishes. You'll always find Indian fishermen with sweaty tanned skin and dry expressions. I met these fishermen throwing their fishing-nets in a coastal village of Odisha. Bay of Bengal didn't seem kind enough and their collection usually consisted of small fishes which would barely suffice the hunger of their respective families. Anyway, the ruthless summer had almost put me into a state of aestivation and the smell of coming monsoon woke me up! Hopefully I can go out with my camera for clicking photos again. By chance if any of you graduated from Hogwarts, please cast that special spell to eradicate all germs of procrastination from my blogging blood. In return you can take away my entire google adsense earnings (Can you see through my monkish smile?).
Friday, June 5, 2015
Fisherman throwing his Net
Labels: Black and white photography, Fisherman, Fishing, Human, Man, Odisha, Sea, Silhouette photography, Working
He has been blogging since 2007, and the pen often runs out of ink, but thankfully the mystic spirit of traveling-clicking-storytelling always reconquers Anunoy before it gets too late! In his early childhood, Anunoy’s craving for backpacking was sowed by his father. He has been a rolling stone ever since, forming passionate bonds with motorcycle touring and photography to add more layers to his wander lust. Between see-sawing a small family and a thankless job, Anunoy Samanta manages to run his own photography cum travel blog- Clicking Photos on the Go. You may catch up with Anunoy through Facebook or Twitter.