Pure mastery and patience is required for the way Sri Lankan's catch the family fare. Day after day they perch themselves upon nothing more than a precariously positioned reed while awaiting prey to come within the reach of their prong style poles.
Another unique feature of the Sri Lankan fishermen is that their "seat" or perch is handed down from generation to generation and weather in use or not would never be sat upon by a non family member.
This image reminds us of the power in catching one's own food and the long ancestry of humans to immerse themselves with their surroundings to co-exist and thrive.
Hanging this potent figure in your space may reignite a passion to harvest one's own sustenance and participate directly within the cycles of life on Earth.
Color Photographic Print 12 x 18 inches
Custom size prints and framing available upon request.