MiYiSuo 152: Nanwan Net Enclosures, Xiapu, Ningde, China
沈艺芃 / SHEN Yipeng
Along the shore of Xiapu,
there is not only sunset and tide
dancing in the offshore,
like a colourful oil painting,
but also net enclosures
quietly guarding the mud flat in the bay,
like an ink wash painting.
The irregular round net enclosures,
in a beautiful disorder, have pure colour.
They are originally used for crab pen culture.
A Red-clothed fisherman rows his boat
through them leisurely,
as if floating in the air.
In recent years,
the Xiapu mud flat photography has risen to fame,
making the unknown fishing village
a popular "paradise of photography".
You can find sunrise and sunset,
bamboo poles and seabirds,
fishing nets and boats
in many places.
However, the inherent beauty
in these everyday scenes of sea farming
is carefully integrated by photographers.
Although it's artificial in some ways,
there are still many visitors come to admire
this rural and picturesque mud flat.
Nanwan net enclosures is located in Nanwan Village, Xiapu County, Ningde City, Fujian Province, China.
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