I was walking on the Mamaia beach, towards Năvodari, looking photo a photography subject, something more interesting than the simple solar ball emerging out from the water, something not exactly easy in a week with a totally uncooperative weather: not even a single tiny cloud to augment the sunrise.
In the distance, I see a small silhouette, it looks like a fishing boat and I hurry-up with the hope to put this object between me and the sun and overcome the bland natural offer. Anyway, it was away and I managed to catch it only after it reached the shore, so I witnessed only the human spectacle which exceeded my expectations.
The next day some other subjects distracted me and I couldn’t reach the boat again, but the third day I was more determined. Apparently not enough, because I couldn’t catch it over the sea, but still on the shore. Even more human spectacle for me, with an added bonus from the birds attracted by the smell of fish.
A few days later, once returning home, I edited and published one single picture from the photos made there in the two mornings with fishermen, obviously the one I found the best, and noticed it enjoyed a relative success. Feeling the interest and because I see the story being larger, I come back now with a small set: Two mornings with fishermen.
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