domingo, julho 01, 2007

Australia, 2002

Two fishermen navigate the fog-fringed Clarence River near the town of Grafton in New South Wales, Australia. Settlement along the 245-mile-long (394-kilometer-long) Clarence, began near Grafton in 1832 after a convict who had escaped into the area won his freedom by leading timber barons to copious cedar stands along the river's banks.

(Photo shot on assignment for, but not published in, “Australia by Bike,” December 1997, National Geographic magazine)

Photograph by Medford Taylor

Um comentário:

xistosa, josé torres disse...

A imagem com névoa não é má.
Não gosto de pescar.
Ou melhor, gosto de pescar mas só no prato.