Oyster Farming, Hsia Ruan Village, Yunlin County, Taiwan April 9, 2016
Category: Black and White, Landscape, Photography, Taiwan, Uncategorized Tagged: B&W, bamboo, black and white, harbor, Hsia Ruan Village, Pacific Ocean, Photography, Straights of Taiwan, Taiwan, Timothy S. Allen, Yunlin County
Oh, very nice indeed.
This reminds me of the fishing pens here in the Philippines….sticks in the sea 🙂
Here they hang the former harvested oyster shell by heavy duty plastic lines from the bamboo rafts. Somehow the young oyster is drawn to the old shell attaches and grows.
Glad you used B&W for this image. Works well.
It was almost b&w from the beginning. A night shot with some light but…. Thanks for the thought.
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