I posted earlier on an image of squid drying near the lighthouse. This time it's neatly arranged small fish. Unfortunately, although they look like whiting, I do not know what type of fish this is, but the photo is another bit of evidence showing how much the Japanese love the harvests of the seas.Shimane prefecture even specializes in fish sausages.
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marianita (3455) 2010-08-12 23:03
interesting composition. i like!!! nice clarity
Wanda1 (15000) 2010-08-12 23:56
They make for a wonderful textured and repetitive pattern. Love how you have filled the frame with them. It is interesting to see how they are hung up like that in perfect rows. Fish sausages, did you try some of those..
serp2000 (42050) 2010-08-13 0:27
Excellent graphism! In the thumbnails it looks like a fence. Fine artwork! I really like your idea and realisation.
Have a lucky Friday the 13th!)))
pauloog (11747) 2010-08-13 0:50
A fine view on how our food on our dishes is being prepared. Here very clean and neat in Japan, but universal all over the world. Well presented with the sunlight on the heads providing an extra contrast.
francio64 (39708) 2010-08-13 5:15
una foto questa che fa pensare ai merluzzi norvegesi lasciati essiccare per realizzare il baccalą.
Non sapevo che in Giappone facessero anche la salsiccia con il pesce.
Tu hai mangiato? E' buona?
holmertz (45167) 2010-08-13 10:51
An interesting photo where the fish have created an attractive pattern. Like everything concerning Japanese food, even the early stages of preparations seem to be extremely tidy and refined.
riclopes (35577) 2010-08-14 2:44
Olį Klaudio, wonderful geometry and pattern. Nice the way their heads are under the sun making horizontal lines that contrast with the verticality of their bodies. It seems like a demonstration of a torture device...poor fish... ;-) Splendid work.
delpeoples (55086) 2010-08-14 4:48
Ciao Caro Klaudio, interesting how food can present such a beautiful graphical sight. I love how the light has been caught on the fish heads, there is a unique symmetry to this photo and you chose the vertical frame well. TFS and I wish you a good day, Lisa
asajernigan (21427) 2010-08-14 5:29
Your composition is great using the drying fish to create an attractive repeating pattern. The closeup view creates a very artistic presentation. The lighting and colors are great and the photo has fine sharpness.
ahmet54 (3113) 2010-08-14 10:11
very interesting shot of dried fish. The picture has got very few different shades of the same earthen color. I like this pattern repeating itself.
I could not resist making a WS.
agjika (3616) 2010-08-14 14:48
Very nice crop. I live the light reflections on the heads. Look tasty.
abmdsudi (46836) 2010-08-15 0:15
Great close up job and perfect pov in this format. Racks of 'ikan bilis' being sun-dried vertically and
neatly arranged horizontally creating an interesting rhythm and pattern. All the heads are brighlty lit with direct sun light and the dark background makes these small fries really standout. Spectacular details, sharpness, texture and color contrast. Well done Klaude and thks for sharing.
cherryripe (21033) 2010-08-15 8:58
Just love the graphics of this fish photo. The slight angle makes it so dynamic. Nice and sharp too.
Atousa (7131) 2010-08-16 10:42
The lines are really great n effective here.. lovely pattern n way of framing.. very well seen n captured.. tfs
Best regards, Atousa
- Copyright: Klaudio Branko Dadich (daddo) (25787)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2009-11-03
- Categories: Food
- Exposure: f/7.1, 1/100 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Travelogue: Unforgetable Japan
- Date Submitted: 2010-08-12 20:39