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The winner is Corrien! The picture is from Kochin, India and the guys are on Chinese Fishing nets that use large rock counter balances to bring up the nets. I highly recommend Kochin and southern India in general for anyone looking to get away from the crowds. It is strikingly similar to Sri Lanka.  Please check out Corrien’s great blog Reflections Enroute.

Welcome to Travel Photo Contest Friday. Just in case this is your first time visiting, each week I post a beautiful picture (at least I think so) from my travels and you guess where it is. The first person to guess where this picture was taken (Country, and explanation of what that thing is and how it’s used) will win a link back to their blog with the anchor text of their choice in this post (keep it clean and relevant). Leave your guess and recent post in the comment section below. David won last weeks competition of Boat Party in Bali.

I will also stumble and review the latest post of anyone who leaves a comment even if the winner has already been picked (up until next Thursday). Yes, the prizes heavily favor the blogging and travel geeks amongst us. If you don’t have a website, then leave your favorite website or better yet a charity that deserves attention.

Good luck!

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3 Responses to “Fishing with a Crossbow: Travel Photo Contest Friday 15”

  1. CorinneNo Gravatar says:

    Fishing in Cochin, India…Kerala. It looks absolutely stunning at sunset!

  2. Dave*No Gravatar says:

    Thailand, fishing weir.

  3. EliNo Gravatar says:

    I’d say some kind of high-weight, stationary fishing pole. But really, I have no idea.

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