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stilts are passed down from generation to generation. they go out fishing twice every day (except, for the twelve poya (full moon) days a year), 3-4 hrs in the morning between 5:30-10:00 and in the late afternoon, between abt 3:00 to sunset. the tiny fish they catch sell for 4 rupees/pc (abt 3.5 cents), on a good day they catch 2-300, on a bad day only 50-100. they're movements reminded me of the gracefulness of fencers.

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