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PULLING THE NETS

By JN_CHATELAIN_PHOTOGRAPHY
Following yesterday’s up-load taken at sunrise on the beach at Mui Ne, I continue with the people pulling the net out of the sea. Women are doing their share of physical hard work. They have been pulling on those cables for hours and soon they’ll see if it was worth it.

I spent nearly two hours watching these people and taking photos of the teams at each end of the cables before seeing what they caught.

Thank you for your comments on “First Light”.

Hoping you will enjoy those new photos. There are more to come!

Have a nice day,

Jean-Noël

Tags: Photo journalism Beach Sunrise Fishermen Vietnam Landscape and travel South china sea Portraits and people Bin thuan province Mui ne

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User_Removed 11 78 1 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2008 9:50AM
All Good work .. v1 is brill Dave

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richy 15 1 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2008 9:52AM
Great Reportage/Documentary work.
Richy
lonely_oryx 11 61 55 England
25 Jun 2008 9:58AM
Another superb set, full of interest
CarolG 12 199 20 Greece
25 Jun 2008 10:21AM
More fascinating images, Jean-Noel. Carol
danbrann 14 640 17
25 Jun 2008 10:35AM
Good documentary work and a super location to sit and snap.
Mikelane 12 1 Wales
25 Jun 2008 10:41AM
Well captured really excellent images regards
Mike
Gezina 12 3 6 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2008 10:51AM
Another great series - a true work of art - no pun intended - I can't quite make out if they caught something after all this effort, please let me know Ina
photophantom 11 108 3 Philippines
25 Jun 2008 11:16AM
I will wait JC. Your series is very interesting. Excellent work.
Dennis
bayleaf 11 8 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2008 11:20AM
Wow. Another super set of shots.

John.
BERTRAM 11 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2008 12:15PM
what a superb set of images.
dave
GalleryGirl 11 4 2 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2008 1:30PM
Super informative series of events. Lovely set of images.
Marilyn x
Hanners 13 875 10 Ireland
25 Jun 2008 1:31PM
all great shots, although I'm not keen on v5 but great work JNC Smile
taggart Plus
14 47 13 United States
25 Jun 2008 2:35PM
The color shots are so brilliant and sharp-- love the reflections here, too!
Jennnn
proz 14 205 United States
25 Jun 2008 2:52PM
enjoyed this set very much, looking forward to seeing what the catch was.
pascalg 11 37 France
25 Jun 2008 3:05PM
interesting set ;
#1 one a cracker...
graceland 14 2.5k 2 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2008 3:18PM
I like all versions


But you are missing the end picture !!!!

DID THEY CATCH ANYTHING ??

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robway 14 318 Wales
25 Jun 2008 4:10PM
I really like this series, superbly recorded.
John
GrahamBaines 12 39 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2008 5:32PM
Excellent series Jean-Noel.

Graham
25 Jun 2008 6:07PM
great photos i really like V3 it just seams to be more pleasing to the eye and symetrical . kaz
25 Jun 2008 8:30PM
Think this is absolutely superb..
very well composed.. !!!

Nikki !
fossilized 14 79 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2008 9:51PM
An interesting set of shots. I hope the catch was worth all that work.
Jean
challicew 11 1 1 South Africa
25 Jun 2008 9:52PM
I don't want to keep repeating myself, so.....CLICK!
Maiwand 12 3 73 England
25 Jun 2008 10:13PM
It would appear that the lack of modern mechanisation has little effect on these lovely people Jean. I am sure they will win in the end.
Ron
25 Jun 2008 10:45PM
Thank you very much for all these comments. Tomorrow the catch!!!!!!!!!!! JNC
piccy 13 8 Wales
26 Jun 2008 5:40PM
A lovely view of life there.
Freda
26 Jun 2008 9:19PM
Lovely scene of the simple lifestyle, Adrian
faraidoon 11 1 Afghanistan
28 Jun 2008 9:31AM
Superb JNC. it is just another brilliant shot, i like the comp and the characters in photo one could follow the line right from the 1st character till the last one that is the fourth. The colors are impressive.
macdaniel Plus
13 16 3 Netherlands
28 Jun 2008 5:44PM
jean, great use of perspective in V1, from the front-character to the dot-boat in the far distance; you chose and presented the image with a very good composition; and I enjoyed reading the informative description, alfred
Glostopcat 13 255 2 England
28 Jun 2008 7:58PM
A terrific series of shots showing us their way of life

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