Shanmughan, the native fisherman
He was fishing using the native fishing net. It was hard work to cast the net and then dive deep to check the catch. For every throw of the net, he has to dive deep to check the catch. Sometimes you get a good catch. Very often there is nothing worthwhile in the net. There is a striking similarity of unpredictability between a fisherman’s life and a photographer’s life. Both depends on the environment and luck. When I say luck, it has more to do with the ability to be at the right place at the right time. One need divine grace for that.