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Shot on a hot summer's day in March 2011. Anchored boat, Location Arabian Sea, West Coast of India

A good place to stop for a seat and have a coffee !

I hadn't realised how interesting the harbour is with all the fishing boats and old and very colourful houses.


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Margate in early morning light ... fishing boats prepare for another day's work ... as well as a yellow yacht that stood out in the sunshine.


Margate is a small seaside town on the Channel Highway between North-West Bay and the Snug Tiers, 7 kilometres south of Kingston in Tasmania, Australia.


While on my way to Kettering, I glanced to my left and saw boats in the distance. I immediately took a detour and this was my reward. Such a perfect start to the day.


On the ferry ride that took me to Bruny Island, I struck up a conversation with a couple from Snug. I remember remarking what a lovely name it was.

....on Naraze's stunning beach.


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Santa Luzia - Tavira - Algarve - Portugal


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Fishing boat returning to harbour, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, England

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Fishing boats in the harbour, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England.

We've just returned from a very pleasant couple of weeks in Cornwall during which we paid a visit to Polperro on the county's south-east coast. This must surely be the prettiest fishing village in England, and is certainly one of my favourite places.

Fishing boat at quay in the "Old Port" of Marseille, France, by a sunny winter morning. via 500px

Fishing Boat at Aldeburgh on the Suffolk Coast.

A long exposure and HDR fusion with the Sony A6000 and the Sony 18-105mm G-Series Lens.

Fisherman returning home while cleaning fish.

Modern fishing boats in Chioggia

Abandoned but not forgotten!

Taken at Patonga, Central Coast, NSW, Australia

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A view of the fishing boats taken just before the recent tidal surge in Norfolk. I don't know how things have changed there since then but I am sure it is not good news.


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Driving home from work stopped off at Fishermans beach near where I live. Stood there to watch the sun go down. The light was perfect. Hope I did this old tub justice.

This fishing boat had graffiti all over it - which to my eye spoilt the scene completely. I've repainted it without most of the offending graffiti.

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In the background are some net drying lofts...this type unique to this fishing port...and also,the sea cliffs which tower over Hastings old town.

Just watching the fishing boats as the sun starts to set.

fishing boats resting at xilokastro harbor in the afternoon setting light

Rayong is a province in eastern of Thailand. There are many place to travel here such as beach, sea, Island (Samed Island). There also have a biggest petrochemical plant estate located here. This picture take at a bay of Rayong, in evening a sun set. There are many fishing boat.


Tabarca is an islet located in the Mediterranean Sea, close to the town of Santa Pola, in the province of Alicante, Spain. Before 1700, the island was known Saint Paul's Island. Believed to be the island that St. Paul disembarked on, the island was a refuge for Barbary pirates up to the end of the 18th century. The Genoese built a settlement and King Carlos III of Spain ordered the town be fortified and ordered a garrison to be posted on the island. Eventually, the governor and the garrison were removed and at the end of the 19th century, the island had a population of around 1,000 people mainly devoted to fishing. Today, the permanent population is around 50, making Tabarca the smallest permanently inhabited Spanish island. Surrounded by very clear and unpolluted waters, the area was declared a Marine Reserve in 1986, the first of its kind in Spain. The main activity of the local population has since gone from fishing to supporting tourism, which has become the most important resource during summer, especially in July and August.


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I like fishing. Not actual fishing - I like the peace and quiet of being at sea. It's different.


Boats on the shore after a day of fishing. El-Max, Alexandria, Egypt. 2009

I have a lot of these... Sorry if it's getting annoyed :)

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