Cat Ba Island is the largest of the 366 islands that makes up the Halong Bay archipelago in Northern Vietnam and the only one that provides a substantial settlement. Cat Ba has several fishing villages as well as a fast-growing town. Most residents earn their living from the sea, while others cater to the tourist trade. In a typical fisherman household, men are the main participants in the fishing activities. This is a photo of a fisherman casting his net in the early morning in Cat Ba.
|Photo Location:||Ha Long Bay, Vietnam|
|Camera:||Canon EOS 5D Mark II|
|Copyright:||© Nadia Tyson|