Swirling Stars, and the Midnight Fisherman of Anmyeondo (안면도)

Swirling Stars, and the Midnight Fisherman of Anmyeondo (안면도)

This photo was shot in Anmyeondo, South Korea, with a Lomo LC-A on Fuji 200 film, exposed for nearly an hour. The red streaks are flashlights and the ghostly blurs are fisherman, who came out late to net for fish and crabs in the shallow tide. © Patrick Bresnahan

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10 thoughts on “Swirling Stars, and the Midnight Fisherman of Anmyeondo (안면도)

    • Hmmm, I hadn’t realized that the waves were visible. It’s true – normally the water would look soft with such a long exposure. I’m not sure, exactly, why the waves are visible. Perhaps it has something to do with the tides? Good question! And, anyhow, I’m glad you like it~!

      • Ah, wait! Do you mean the waves in the foreground? If so, those aren’t waves. The tide was going out, so little pools of water remained in some areas. As the water went back out to sea, it made ripples in the sand.

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