One / 85

I called this ‘One’ …but it’s actually ‘two’… I missed the second figure initially, so One it will remain!!

Sorting the tuna catch early in the morning, Manta, Ecuador.



  1. My eyes are getting worse! I can see the man standing on the lorry, but where’s the other one? 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I love photos of men or women at work. And I forgot Ecuador in my list of places you recently visited!

  3. Now see here! You had 2 earlier on. Are you allowed another 2 masquerading as one? 🙂 🙂

  4. Now this is sad ( or maybe good) bit I still can’t see number 2. And I’m wearing my reading glasses.
    So fo me, this is an excellent One 🙂

  5. This has a documentary quality. Like it.

  6. Unless he’s nearly horizontal, I still can’t see him!

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