In the last post, I wrote about a photo hunting session with Mr. Ratno, a photographer I met at Taman Suroboyo, Kenjeran, Surabaya. In this post I will show you the result of the photo hunting.
I didn’t take much photo, and only about 17 photos I will show here. Please also visit my Flickr page: https://flic.kr/s/aHsm1TanPi
A woman split fishes and put them on a tray to be dried , while another woman prepares the ordered “jamu” (Javanese herbal drink).
Old woman splitting eels and put them on tray, also to be dried.
A man put small shrimps into the barrel. The shrimps will be processed to become “ebi”, dried shrimps usually used as seasoning in Indonesian cuisine.
Just arrived from the sea.
Fisherman just arrived from the sea.
Blessing from the sea: fishes, shrimps, crabs etc.
Mr. Ratno in action.
A mother sorting out the fishes that the fisherman had just brought, and her child played behind her
Split fishes to be dried.
Dried fish. Fry it with chili sauce and mmm, yummy.
Another fishing boat just arrived from the sea, bringing nets full of fishes.
Husband and wife. Fisherman family usually work together: the husband catch the fish and his family will do the “post processing”.
Releasing fishes from the net.
Another fisherman family.