Photographer's Note

Like me it had already approached other aspects of the sea fishing of my state, I decided to show a little about the construction of the boats used in that activity.

Here I used the angle commonly to emphasize the form of the skull used in the area, and the proximity of the traverse arms, known here as "caves", to allow the minimum of sprain in the skull, and to increase the resistance to impacts. The wood more used in those arms and the "genipapo", that has the entangled fibers, allowing that it is made cuts in accentuated curves without the same breaks up.

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Additional Photos by Antonio Negrao (aznegrao) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1484 W: 111 N: 1576] (10316)
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