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Ukai (鵜飼) - japońska tradycyjna sztuka połowu ryb za pomocą kormoranów. Połów ryb na rzece Nagara w prefekturze Gifu w Japonii. Światło pochodni przyciąga zaciekawione ryby, ktore wyłapują uwięzione na smyczy koromorany, mające na szyjach obręcze zapobiegające połknięciu ryb. Mieszkają one w domach ze swoimi właścicielami i są traktowane jak członkowie rodziny.

Working together - Fisherman on the Li River, near Xing Peng by Michael Rainwater

First Wonderful World

Beauty is the splendour of truth - - clean sourced nature/landscape photography.

Shangai

Taken from Kowloon one hazy afternoon in Hong Kong. This typifies Hong Kong to me. Lots of tradition, lots of modern and lots of pollution. A very cool place :-)

Fishermen on the Li river, Guilin. The Cormoran fishermen and misty hills of southern China are one of the most famous impressions of the Middle Kingdom.  #DarrellLew http://djlewphotography.com/

Fishermen on the Li river, Guilin. The Cormoran fishermen and misty hills of southern China are one of the most famous impressions of the Middle Kingdom. By DarrellLew

Taipei,Taiwan  photo via rocknoats

Jindai Bridge, Dahu Park (Taipei, Taiwan) Known as the "Moon Bridge", it gets its name from the perfect circle that forms thanks to the arch's reflection in the calm water of the pond.

the Li River. Located in the Guangxi province of China Photo credit: Michael Sheridan

“A cormorant fisherman at sunset on the Li River” (Guangxi Province, Southern China) – Michael Sheridan

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