In the warm yellow Balinese sun, the fisher-mans maneuvers the boats with grace on the shallow water of Java Sea, through narrow channels,
like a skilled Venetian Gondoliers.
This entry was posted on May 24, 2011 by fullmooninbluewater. It was filed under Photo Essay and Beaux Arts .
Thee are seaweed farmers, harvesting several types of seaweed, which are sold for the production of agar-gar, the jelly used in so many foods and other products. Seaweed farming can be a useful alternative income generating activity for poor coastal people. It can be more lucrative in Bali than growing crops on poor soils on land. However, there is a question as to how much damage is done to the reefs when they are covered by floating frames of seaweed – most of the coastal waters off the north coast of Nusa Penida (a smaller island SE of Bali) are covered by seaweed farms . Ron Lilley, Bali.
January 7, 2012 at 15:23
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