Beautiful capture! Happy RT.Mine's here.
Yup used to ride this banca before ^_^Blue Monday
Another lovely image, and a combination I always enjoy, water and boats no matter what part of the world they are in. Have a great week Francisca.
what a COOL boat! great scene and capture, Francesca!
It's lovely boat and I miss sea so much!Sinai was wonderful, such a beautiful place - I spent there a couple of days wandering around (including fabulous mountain trip).
It's a lovely picture and definitely works for both memes. But I best love getting these little snippets of information -- didn't know about this custom. But I can see how it would work well for them.
Interesting, this fishing technique is also used in the middle east.
I rode one of those bancas before when we tried fishing in Boracay. It was fun! Great shot.My entries:Moms...Check NyoYummy-as-can-be
This looks interesting. What kind of fish do they catch?
I wouldn't mind trying. I used to fish on a fishing boat on the Atlantic coast. Lovely colours here.
The boats are so narrow -- I can understand why they need the stabilisers!
these boats will never tip over.
Nice shot! LG Tina
What a colorful shot. The fishing boat is really unique but probably seen often in your part of the world. Love the bit of red on the guy. Nice capture. Genie
Love this colorful photo. To see man (or woman) at work is so interesting.
Ooh this looks like a fun boat. Much more stable that a regular boat, too. I wonder what it looks like with all the lights on :D
The outriggers are absolutely essential, I should think. Lovely photo full of interest - and the additional information makes it even better:-)
The boat looks like a huge insect. I should think the stabilisers are necessary for such a slim craft on the open sea. I do love finding out about your part of the world - literally 'the other side of the world' for me.
I bet they look good when they set sail.
I think I've never seen these lights on boats before. Pretty amazing.
It does look very nice.
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