Last Wednesday I was cruising around Israel’s Sea of Galilee, a body of water I had heard about all my life through Sunday school and other church activities. It was a great day. the final steps of the boat ride included one of the guys on the boat asking if we’d like to see if we could catch fish. Here are a few photos of his throwing the net & pulling it in, with a slide show beneath giving you a step by step! It was beautiful to watch (though I’d buy him a belt!)
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Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook says
Pretty cool that you caught a fish in Galilee! LOL @ he needs a belt 🙂
Foodies on the Fly says
Great action shots! What an amazing adventure.
I agree on the belt! LOL!
What a wonderful thing to stumble upon.
Have a great day!
Katie on the prairie says
Yep that boy needs a belt but what amazing photos! Love them and the unique experience you had. Thanks for linking up for WW!
My pleasure on the link up! The lack of belt didn’t really bother anyone I guess… he stayed focused on the fish til the job was done.
Lindsey van Niekerk says
Wow! That must have been so cool to throw a net into the Sea of Galilee! How many fish did you end up getting?
One pitch of the net brought back three tilapia — one was really quite big the others were keepable.
Wow, I love the shots! Funny how I didn’t notice that he needed a belt until you wrote about it. Your photos tell a wonderful story! Luv it, JP!
Really cool and I love the belt comment. lol 🙂
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Thanks Jen! Hope you have a great day.
That must have been incredible to see and imagine the same scene 2000 years ago! Amazing!