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Go ahead with b&w oldies.
This one is also a quite strange and typical fishing methode for Borphorus.
This fisherman sitting on seashore watches ths sea and whenever he notices that they are greater groups of fishes swimming he stands up and throws the net (on his shoulder) like a huge umbrella in the water.
Due to lead buttons on the edges of the round net it starts to move towards the bottom of the sea and after a while he starts to take a rope at the center of the net out of the water. If he has luck, the net comes back full with fishes, if not ; he sits again back to his place and starts to wait the next group.
Also scanned from a B&W print.

Siyah Beyaz nostaljik karelere devam.
Buda yetmişli senelerde Üsküdar sahillerinde çekilmiş.
Bugünlerde pek de uygulanmayan bir balık tutma metodu : serpme ağ ile balık tutma.
Sabırla saatlerce kıyıda oturan balıkçı, kalabalık bir balık sürüsüne rastlayınca ağını denize fırlatır ve daha sonra ağın ortasındaki ipten, dibe çöken, çökerken de üzerlerine indiği balıkları yakalayan ağ'ı yavaş yavaş yukarı çeker. Sonra yeniden beklemeye başlar.
"Tepeden inme" zösü herhalde buradan gelmiş olmalı !
Bu kare de siyah beyaz bir baskıdan tarandı.

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