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When the Sun rises | Fishermen at work
Monday, March 12, 2007

Mamallapuram is one of the place in the east coast of Bay of Bengal which was a worst hit of Tsunami 2004. On 26 December early in the morning, it was just few waves which came and changed the lives of the fishermen community at Mamallapuram. It had been a nightmare for the people who live their life by fishing and for the people who had been staying by the sea. Still the people coped up with that and started living a new life again. It is like a rebirth of phoenix.I wanted to observe their activities and the way how they stand united to cope up with the devastated natural calamities.This photoessay is a tribute to those fishermen who are no longer with us.


  • At March 14, 2007 at 4:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Excellent series of photos Sandip..a real good tribute to the fishermen.

  • At March 14, 2007 at 4:48 AM, Blogger Kratos said…

    Thats why I like being human..
    We get up.. we get up..

    Tubthumping... Eh? Yeh, no alcohol here.. Well, it's the same thing.

    Thank you, very nice pictures.
    Appreciate it...

  • At March 15, 2007 at 3:46 AM, Anonymous Anand Kumar said…

    Hi Sandip, Good work, various contrast of life, moments of life captured in good asthetics... Good moments with ur camera.. keep up d gud work... Anand

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