Impromptu island

in Black And White2 months ago

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This is the characteristic of the small island area here: the expanse of estuarine flow from one estuary to another becomes its own ecosystem for types of marine organisms and their habitats. Of course, this condition also benefits traditional fishermen, who often earn a living to meet their daily needs.

The estuary channel's surface appeared to be made up of tiny islands at the time this picture was shot since the water was receding. Naturally, the area between the islands developed into a new ecosystem that supported fish and shrimp as well as other marine life. Here, fishers take advantage of this transient state.

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In the meantime, the identical object—a fisherman in his canoe—presents the perspective of the estuary facing the open sea in the following image.

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This pictures taken with Canon EOS 6D camera + 70-300 Lens, and I submitted it for the daily #monomad challenge hosted by @monochromes.

Thank you by @ichsannanda (nandaalbintang).

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In the first shots the water looks shallow, but that can be deceiving. Once, on the shore of a beach I was walking with my sister. Notice that it was a little rocky, but, pay no attention, the waves were also quite high.

While I was walking I sank into a few holes in the sand. It was funny, but it scared me a little. Your photos reminded me of that. Which by the way, are very good shots.

It was truly a memorable experience. A big smile is represented when I read your experience.

You are really astute on this. Actually determining the position of each photo in this post was confusing, because I wanted to try to tell a brief story behind the photos. Considering that this phenomenon only lasts for a moment, I think it's best to start with an eye-catching photo.

Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Glad you like it.
Cheers from Indonesia!!!

Greetings from Venezuela :)

Manually curated by brumest from the @qurator Team. Keep up the good work!

Thank you so much for the curation. I appreciate it.

 2 months ago  

Congratulations. Today's #monomad third place is yours.
Thank You very much for participating and for being part of the Black And White Community!

Many thanks @monochromes. Always flattered!!!