These long fish came out of the fishermen's nets wiggling like snakes.
Yep, they do look like snakes-not my favourite animal! I wonder what they taste like?
18 Sep 2010 6:19am
@CElliottUK: Must be good because the locals took them all home for the pot. Thanks for commenting.
interesting composition. I like!
18 Sep 2010 6:32am
Very beautiful silver calligraphy !
18 Sep 2010 9:08am
Interesting eel-like fish. You referred to the locals, so I gather you haven't tasted them. ;D
18 Sep 2010 11:43am
@Judy aka L@dybug: No. Haven't tasted them. Thanks, Judy.
Oh my God oh Michael super photo,now please they can't breathe, throw them back in...please
18 Sep 2010 12:00pm
@Lorraine: Unfortunately they were beyond help at this stage. but I share your concern. thanks, Lorraine.
Super compo . Some very strange white , long , narrow fish !
18 Sep 2010 1:47pm
A most inspired still life, an excellent composition of great interest! Are you trying your hand at Japanese kanji?
In B&W it would be close to one of the works by famous calligrapher Toko Shinoda.
18 Sep 2010 2:37pm
@Japanalia: Thanks, Gabriela. Perhaps subconsciously I did see it as calligraphy. I must check out the work of Shinoda.
I really love the silver coloring here, like swords cast on shore.
18 Sep 2010 7:07pm
@Phil Morris: I like your interpretation. Thanks, Phil.
Long and thin with teeth, they need more fish. The pattern seems to suggest a secret message.
18 Sep 2010 11:15pm
@Michael: Yes, perhaps the fishermen have a secret code. Great idea. Thanks, Michael.
An artful image. Love the silvery contrast in the wavering sand.
18 Sep 2010 11:36pm
Nice shot... Indeed survivors as they escaped the net..
But sadly not for long, by the looks of it...
19 Sep 2010 3:37am
Wow - great shot! The fish seem to form a design that looks like a Chinese or Japanese character drawn on the sand! Like a brush stroke!
19 Sep 2010 8:06am
19 Sep 2010 11:39pm
Seems like it would take several to make a meal. A nice shot.
20 Sep 2010 11:49pm
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