Sunday, April 15, 2012

The Old Man and the Sea

"Then he began to pity the great fish that he had hooked. He is wonderful and strange and who knows how old he is, he thought. Never have I had such a strong fish nor one who acted so strangely. Perhaps he is too wise to jump. He could ruin me by jumping or by a wild rush. But perhaps he has been hooked many times before and he knows that this is how he should make his fight. He cannot know that it is only one man against him, nor that it is an old man. But what a great fish he is and what he will bring in the market if the flesh is good. He took the bait like a male and his fight has no panic in it. I wonder if he has any plans or if he is just as desperate as I am?"

The Old Man and the Sea
Ernest Hemingway

Images from the top down:

La Panpa, Playa Pelada, Costa Rica
Garza Sport Fishing, Costa Rica
Nets, Playa Pelada, Costa Rica
Portrait of an old fisherman number 2, Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka
Beached Bows, Playa Pelada, Costa Rica
Pelicans, Playa Guiones, Costa Rica
A Productive Day, Playa Garza, Costa Rica

All photography copyright Mat Arney.

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