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By Alex64
I took a trip to New Brighton, Merseyside, to the beach near to the 'Fort Perch Rock'. It was cold, very misty, with a very fine rain which persisted. As I was walking round I came across this man sea fishing, I stopped to take in the scenery looking for subjects to photograph on a visit in the future, I was there for about 45 minutes to an hour and in all that time this man did not move but appeared to be visually fixed on his fishing rods. I carried on walking moving away but every so often I would look back to see if he had moved, but he just sat there. I was just about to go back and see if he was alright when he jumped up ran to one of his rods and started reeling the line in, from the bend on the rod he looked to have caught a good size fish, as landscape photographers as well as fishermen know, patience some times has its rewards.

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Tags: Fisherman Portraits and people

Voters: andrewrit, mike9005, MikeGillingham and 25 more

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