Photographer's Note

When you think of Inle Lake, this is what you see in your mind: the iconic conical fish trap and the fisherman cum a one-leg-rower to be precise. The beauty comes not just from the nature but from its relationship with the people who live on it. This isn’t necessarily my best picture, but rather the photo that, with one quick glance, bring me back to the moment when I took it. The lake is the livelihood of these people – the fish beneath the surface provide their daily meals and also the means of trade with the communities on the shore.

It's great to be in a place witnessing the real fisherman, where I find some solitude that has not truly been discovered by the rest of the world.....

Setting: 200 mm, 1/1000 sec, F5.6, ISO Raw 200, 0712 hrs and polarised

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