Penarth Sea Front – Anglers – Part Two

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So Countryfile came and went, and there’s not much more to be said really. Half a days filming for a minute and not putting the context behind the work we are planning to do. But there we go, nothing ventured etc. etc.

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So back to the blog and some new documentary work, again based on the anglers of Penarth. This time I went to the end of the pier and worked with a group from Cardiff who were fishing the incoming tide. A different lens meant a different approach and a very different set of images from last time. I’m enjoying this little project and will keep with it for a while.

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3 Comments

  1. Not questioning your Photography Tim, but I wonder how loud these people would scream with a fish hook in their mouths and someone was pulling it.

  2. Yeah take your point Trevor, always struggled with squaring fishing. Still can’t work out where I stand!

  3. If you fish a lot , you find out exactly what it feels like to have hooks pulled out of you !
    Ears , fingers – i Know.


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