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Horizontal polychrome photograph that captures the precise moment in which a fisherman throws a woven net or net over the water, apparently for fishing purposes. The fisherman introduces himself standing on a canoe, with his back to the observer. The surface of the sea is still and the stage illuminated by sunlight. In the background you can see silhouettes of mountains.

Curious fact:

A canoe is a flat-bottomed canoe built by emptying the trunk of a tree. Sometimes a palm tree trunk is used, but it is more common to make it from a leafy tree, softwood like Ceiba.

Horizontal polychrome photograph showing a male portrait in the sea. The image captures the precise moment in which a fisherman throws a woven net or net over the water, apparently for fishing purposes. The fisherman appears facing the observer and standing on a canoe. The surface of the sea is still and the stage illuminated by sunlight.

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