In the Twelve Leagues: Men with Chapingorro in hands  (+ Photos)Publicado: mayo 26, 2020
By Lázaro David Najarro Pujol
May, 2020.-Under the strong Caribbean sun two men move in a shack through the blue green waters of the Twelve Leagues.
In the sea, the heat of the sun, in the bodies of these two men, is felt even more than on land. The traditional chapingorro , after the lifting of each ban on lobster, is the main art of fishing.
While one is rowing the other fisherman holds firmly in his hand the ham made of nylon ropes tied to a long pole.
He leans at the stern of the shack  and with the glass bottom cube of magnification looks in the cache, in the depths of the labyrinth, for lobster. He finds nothing, but he is not discouraged and instructs his co-worker to continue rowing to try the next fishing boat, built of discarded tires where the crustacean hides. (Leer más en esta entrada)