A fisherman’s morning in Marari, Kerala
September 22, 2010 • Photography & Travel
Marari beach, quiet for most of the day is bustling with activity in the early hours of the morning. Fishermen, boats and birds line the shore. Young and old men brave the strong waves to cast their nets and haul in what the ocean may spare for them that day. Fortunate birds wait eagerly for left overs from the fishermen’s catch that are strewn across the sands, an effortless breakfast served to these feathered creatures each morning.
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