The fishing was good today, especially considering the dismal results of the last week. You even got a five-pounder there at the end, but that fish, that first fish keeps coming back to ruin it all. Thirty inches? The sun is low. Your shadow stretches out, straining for the horizon even as you turn away. [...]
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June 8, 2011 09:42am North Sound Flat Grand Cayman
Summer clouds ripple …..On the crystalline surface. No bonefish below. via CoconutsGrowHere
Reflections on Life in the Tropics The strange truth about paradise is that it eventually gets to be boring and, quite frankly, depressing. Well, maybe not so much “depressing” as “melancholy”. It’s the seasons that do it… or rather, the lack of any discernible seasons. To the locals the changes are obvious, and we look forward to [...]
tarpons plummet back to sea, moon chasing in vain —– From coconutsgrowhere; part of haiku-a-day. Loved this one.
Some say, the list of his accolades is so unbelievable it must be a figment of his own imagination, for which he just won the Pulitzer Prize and the McCarthur Genius Award. Others say that, strangely, he can only get drunk by osmosis. All we’re sure of is he’s the most interesting guide in the [...]
This is as much about the insurmountable distance between the camera and the subject as it is about the indefinable draw of fly fishing. Made for my thesis for the MFA program in Science and Natural History Filmmaking at Montana State University. ~ Henry Harrison