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Two Egytpian fisherman ply their craft on one of the most famous rivers in the world. I love the repetition of the waves from a passing tourist boat. And if you look closely, the “oars” are nothing more then modified fence pailings.

What better way to spend a morning, watching the sunrise over the palms and the birds wake and take flight. I wonder how much they caught.
This is part of a third series to support and raise money and awareness about the Steven T. Hill Stroke Foundation. All money raised in the sale of my works until November goes towards the Foundation. For more information on the foundation and Steven’s touching story please follow this link. here Steven T. Hill Stroke Foundation

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  • stacyrod
    stacyrodalmost 5 years ago

    Nice shot :)

  • PhotogeniquE IPA
    PhotogeniquE IPAalmost 5 years ago

    Excellent shot – great local view

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezalmost 5 years ago

    Nice composition Craig …

  • berndt2
    berndt2almost 5 years ago

    beautifully composed – looks like it was a great trip!

  • Jenny Dean
    Jenny Deanalmost 5 years ago

    just wonderful, the light on the water is beautiful and the waves catching that lovely light “perfecto”.

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaalmost 5 years ago

    stunning

  • Betty Mackey
    Betty Mackeyalmost 5 years ago

    Beautiful!

  • taiche
    taicheover 4 years ago

    wonderful composition an serenity in this work. Also, great work that you are doing with the Foundation. My husband had a stroke last year and immediate family need to know they have friends, it can be a very isolating experience for everyone. Good for you!

  • Thanks for your comments, I wish you, your husband and your family all the best. In times of need its always good to have a strong network of family and friends to help keep things together.

    – Craig Goldsmith

  • Colin S Pearson
    Colin S Pearsonover 4 years ago

    A beautifully evocative picture! I love the lines (wavy and rod-shaped), the composition, and the intrigue of the people from ‘another culture’. Superb!

  • DeerPhotoArts
    DeerPhotoArtsover 4 years ago

    looks so tranquil. Really great composition…well done.

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