National Geographic : 1954 Nov
683 Kodachromes by Alan Villiers + A Huge Net Moves Like an Undulating Serpent. Another Dries on the Beach Fishermen row far to sea, paying out the net on the end of a long line. When all the seine has been cast, they bring back to shore a second long line on the other end. Then men and oxen haul in both ends together, and the net sweeps up everything in its path-small sharks, sting rays, a few of the larger fish, and the sardines for which the cast is made. The man in the foreground patches a hole.