A Pair of Cormorants and the Fisherman at River Li, Guilin October 16, 2018 by Michael Lai in A Photo a Week, Travel, Travel China, Travel Theme, Tuesday Photo Challenge, Weekly Photo Challenge, Wordless Wednesday and tagged cormorants, fisherman, Guilin, River Li Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
so wonderful and the red really pops – also there is balance in the photo
Yes, otherwise the photo is dull.🙏
Not dull at all!
WOW! Like a painting come to life.
Hi Julia, hope all’s well with you. Glad you like the photo 🙂
Cormorant fishing? in the 21st century? Unbelievable.
This fisherman is on a show. I saw cormorants fishing in China quite a few times. They have a collar on their necks so that they won’t eat the fish they caught before showing it to the fisherman – they are only given the fishes which are of less commercial value.
Yeah I’d read about the ring or collar. 🙂
So that fisherman is on a show… How sad. 🙂
There are still some cormorants fishing in China.
When I was in Guilin for the first time in 1987, they still did that.
This fisherman in red was appointed by the tourism board, I guess.
Such is life. All for the show.
sadly, one day, all shows will come to an end . . . .
There are no alternatives. . . . .