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  •  The life in Binangonan during the pandemic
    2021年09月10日
    The life in Binangonan during the pandemic

    September 10, 2021, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: The fishes are arranged in the pail as they are sort out. (Credit Image: © George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091406115

  •  The life in Binangonan during the pandemic
    2021年09月10日
    The life in Binangonan during the pandemic

    September 10, 2021, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Head of a big fish sticks out from the pail. (Credit Image: © George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091406496

  •  The life in Binangonan during the pandemic
    2021年09月10日
    The life in Binangonan during the pandemic

    September 10, 2021, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: One unique colored tilapia stands out from others on this pail. (Credit Image: © George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091406110

  •  The life in Binangonan during the pandemic
    2021年09月10日
    The life in Binangonan during the pandemic

    September 10, 2021, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Two men sorts out the fish according to its species while the man with orange shirt checks and monitors it. (Credit Image: © George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091406161

  •  The life in Binangonan during the pandemic
    2021年09月10日
    The life in Binangonan during the pandemic

    September 10, 2021, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Three men loads off the several pails of fish from their boat into the Binangonan Fishport. The boat is flooded with milk fish. (Credit Image: © George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091406174

  •  The life in Binangonan during the pandemic
    2021年09月10日
    The life in Binangonan during the pandemic

    September 10, 2021, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: The two men takes a break after loading pails full of fish with ice into a truck. These fishes will be delivered from Binangonan Fishport. (Credit Image: © George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091406178

  •  The life in Binangonan during the pandemic
    2021年09月10日
    The life in Binangonan during the pandemic

    September 10, 2021, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Two men lifts a pail of fishes to load into the truck while another man stacks them inside. (Credit Image: © George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091406152

  •  The life in Binangonan during the pandemic
    2021年09月10日
    The life in Binangonan during the pandemic

    September 10, 2021, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: A woman and his son carries baskets of vegetables that they will sell to several homes as they walk into the fields. (Credit Image: © George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091406158

  •  The life in Binangonan during the pandemic
    2021年09月10日
    The life in Binangonan during the pandemic

    September 10, 2021, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: A boat being prepared and fix by these two men in Ithan, Binangonan. The boat is surrounded by water hyacith or water plants. (Credit Image: © George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091406136

  •  The life in Binangonan during the pandemic
    2021年09月10日
    The life in Binangonan during the pandemic

    September 13, 2021, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: A man collects and harvest snails from the water plants. He shows of how much he has collected that he‘ll put in the pail. (Credit Image: © George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©George Buid/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021091406683

  •  Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022
    2022年06月04日
    Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022

    June 4, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Several boats are seen rowing in the lake. Laguna Lake is the largest lake in the Philippines, covering a surface of 900 square kilometers or equivalent to 90,000 hectares. Its water runs from Laguna Province all the way to the Province of Rizal, the southern part of Luzon. The lake provides resources like transportation, recreation, livelihood, and most importantly food for the surrounding communities. Laguna Lake is classified as Class C freshwater which has the capability to grow fish and other aquatic resources. Some watershed near Metro Manila classified as Class D which cause the lake to become deteriorated due to sewage discharged directly to Laguna Lake from almost 5,000 industrial and agricultural establishments surrounding it which can cause the concerning status of Laguna Lake‘s marine and aquatic life. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022060803819

  •  Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022
    2022年06月04日
    Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022

    June 4, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Several boats are seen rowing in the lake. Laguna Lake is the largest lake in the Philippines, covering a surface of 900 square kilometers or equivalent to 90,000 hectares. Its water runs from Laguna Province all the way to the Province of Rizal, the southern part of Luzon. The lake provides resources like transportation, recreation, livelihood, and most importantly food for the surrounding communities. Laguna Lake is classified as Class C freshwater which has the capability to grow fish and other aquatic resources. Some watershed near Metro Manila classified as Class D which cause the lake to become deteriorated due to sewage discharged directly to Laguna Lake from almost 5,000 industrial and agricultural establishments surrounding it which can cause the concerning status of Laguna Lake‘s marine and aquatic life. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022060803902

  •  Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022
    2022年06月04日
    Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022

    June 4, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Several boats are seen rowing in the lake. Laguna Lake is the largest lake in the Philippines, covering a surface of 900 square kilometers or equivalent to 90,000 hectares. Its water runs from Laguna Province all the way to the Province of Rizal, the southern part of Luzon. The lake provides resources like transportation, recreation, livelihood, and most importantly food for the surrounding communities. Laguna Lake is classified as Class C freshwater which has the capability to grow fish and other aquatic resources. Some watershed near Metro Manila classified as Class D which cause the lake to become deteriorated due to sewage discharged directly to Laguna Lake from almost 5,000 industrial and agricultural establishments surrounding it which can cause the concerning status of Laguna Lake‘s marine and aquatic life. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022060803823

  •  Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022
    2022年06月04日
    Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022

    June 4, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: A fisherman rows his boat off to take a chance on catching a fish. Laguna Lake is the largest lake in the Philippines, covering a surface of 900 square kilometers or equivalent to 90,000 hectares. Its water runs from Laguna Province all the way to the Province of Rizal, the southern part of Luzon. The lake provides resources like transportation, recreation, livelihood, and most importantly food for the surrounding communities. Laguna Lake is classified as Class C freshwater which has the capability to grow fish and other aquatic resources. Some watershed near Metro Manila classified as Class D which cause the lake to become deteriorated due to sewage discharged directly to Laguna Lake from almost 5,000 industrial and agricultural establishments surrounding it which can cause the concerning status of Laguna Lake‘s marine and aquatic life. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wir...

    商品コード: 2022060803876

  •  Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022
    2022年06月04日
    Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022

    June 4, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: A fisherman rows his boat off to take a chance on catching a fish. Laguna Lake is the largest lake in the Philippines, covering a surface of 900 square kilometers or equivalent to 90,000 hectares. Its water runs from Laguna Province all the way to the Province of Rizal, the southern part of Luzon. The lake provides resources like transportation, recreation, livelihood, and most importantly food for the surrounding communities. Laguna Lake is classified as Class C freshwater which has the capability to grow fish and other aquatic resources. Some watershed near Metro Manila classified as Class D which cause the lake to become deteriorated due to sewage discharged directly to Laguna Lake from almost 5,000 industrial and agricultural establishments surrounding it which can cause the concerning status of Laguna Lake‘s marine and aquatic life. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wir...

    商品コード: 2022060803821

  •  Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022
    2022年06月04日
    Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022

    June 4, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Fishermen anchor their boats at a fish port. Laguna Lake is the largest lake in the Philippines, covering a surface of 900 square kilometers or equivalent to 90,000 hectares. Its water runs from Laguna Province all the way to the Province of Rizal, the southern part of Luzon. The lake provides resources like transportation, recreation, livelihood, and most importantly food for the surrounding communities. Laguna Lake is classified as Class C freshwater which has the capability to grow fish and other aquatic resources. Some watershed near Metro Manila classified as Class D which cause the lake to become deteriorated due to sewage discharged directly to Laguna Lake from almost 5,000 industrial and agricultural establishments surrounding it which can cause the concerning status of Laguna Lake‘s marine and aquatic life. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022060803904

  •  Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022
    2022年06月04日
    Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022

    June 4, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: A fisherman rows his small boat between floating water hyacinths. Laguna Lake is the largest lake in the Philippines, covering a surface of 900 square kilometers or equivalent to 90,000 hectares. Its water runs from Laguna Province all the way to the Province of Rizal, the southern part of Luzon. The lake provides resources like transportation, recreation, livelihood, and most importantly food for the surrounding communities. Laguna Lake is classified as Class C freshwater which has the capability to grow fish and other aquatic resources. Some watershed near Metro Manila classified as Class D which cause the lake to become deteriorated due to sewage discharged directly to Laguna Lake from almost 5,000 industrial and agricultural establishments surrounding it which can cause the concerning status of Laguna Lake‘s marine and aquatic life. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire...

    商品コード: 2022060803829

  •  Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022
    2022年06月04日
    Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022

    June 4, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: A fisherman rows his small boat between floating water hyacinths. Laguna Lake is the largest lake in the Philippines, covering a surface of 900 square kilometers or equivalent to 90,000 hectares. Its water runs from Laguna Province all the way to the Province of Rizal, the southern part of Luzon. The lake provides resources like transportation, recreation, livelihood, and most importantly food for the surrounding communities. Laguna Lake is classified as Class C freshwater which has the capability to grow fish and other aquatic resources. Some watershed near Metro Manila classified as Class D which cause the lake to become deteriorated due to sewage discharged directly to Laguna Lake from almost 5,000 industrial and agricultural establishments surrounding it which can cause the concerning status of Laguna Lake‘s marine and aquatic life. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire...

    商品コード: 2022060803871

  •  Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022
    2022年06月04日
    Fishermen of Laguna Lake fetch only a handful of fish in Binangonan, Philippines - 4 Jun 2022

    June 4, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: A fisherman anchors his boat in the lake. Laguna Lake is the largest lake in the Philippines, covering a surface of 900 square kilometers or equivalent to 90,000 hectares. Its water runs from Laguna Province all the way to the Province of Rizal, the southern part of Luzon. The lake provides resources like transportation, recreation, livelihood, and most importantly food for the surrounding communities. Laguna Lake is classified as Class C freshwater which has the capability to grow fish and other aquatic resources. Some watershed near Metro Manila classified as Class D which cause the lake to become deteriorated due to sewage discharged directly to Laguna Lake from almost 5,000 industrial and agricultural establishments surrounding it which can cause the concerning status of Laguna Lake‘s marine and aquatic life. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022060803714

  •  Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022
    2022年10月19日
    Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022

    October 19, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Fishermen unloads 2.5 tons of Bighead Carp caught in Binangonan Fishport. The 94,900-hectare Laguna Lake in Philippines is home to species such as sea carp, freshwater carp, carp, milkfish, tilapia, and shrimp, which can be caught in the lake‘s open areas. Fishermen in Binangonan Fishport are paid 100 Philippine Pesos (1.69 USD) per ton of fish caught. A normal boat can carry approximately 5 tons of fish. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022102002815

  •  Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022
    2022年10月19日
    Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022

    October 19, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Fisherman repairs the compressor machine use to pump the water out of the boat in Binangonan Fishport. The 94,900-hectare Laguna Lake in Philippines is home to species such as sea carp, freshwater carp, carp, milkfish, tilapia, and shrimp, which can be caught in the lake‘s open areas. Fishermen in Binangonan Fishport are paid 100 Philippine Pesos (1.69 USD) per ton of fish caught. A normal boat can carry approximately 5 tons of fish. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022102002829

  •  Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022
    2022年10月19日
    Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022

    October 19, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Fishermen unloads 2.5 tons of Bighead Carp caught in Binangonan Fishport. The 94,900-hectare Laguna Lake in Philippines is home to species such as sea carp, freshwater carp, carp, milkfish, tilapia, and shrimp, which can be caught in the lake‘s open areas. Fishermen in Binangonan Fishport are paid 100 Philippine Pesos (1.69 USD) per ton of fish caught. A normal boat can carry approximately 5 tons of fish. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022102002746

  •  Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022
    2022年10月19日
    Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022

    October 19, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Fisherman repairs the compressor machine use to pump the water out of the boat in Binangonan Fishport. The 94,900-hectare Laguna Lake in Philippines is home to species such as sea carp, freshwater carp, carp, milkfish, tilapia, and shrimp, which can be caught in the lake‘s open areas. Fishermen in Binangonan Fishport are paid 100 Philippine Pesos (1.69 USD) per ton of fish caught. A normal boat can carry approximately 5 tons of fish. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022102002822

  •  Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022
    2022年10月19日
    Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022

    October 19, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Fisherman sails his boat in Laguna Lake. The 94,900-hectare Laguna Lake in Philippines is home to species such as sea carp, freshwater carp, carp, milkfish, tilapia, and shrimp, which can be caught in the lake‘s open areas. Fishermen in Binangonan Fishport are paid 100 Philippine Pesos (1.69 USD) per ton of fish caught. A normal boat can carry approximately 5 tons of fish. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022102002827

  •  Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022
    2022年10月19日
    Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022

    October 19, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Fishermen unloads 2.5 tons of Bighead Carp caught in Binangonan Fishport. The 94,900-hectare Laguna Lake in Philippines is home to species such as sea carp, freshwater carp, carp, milkfish, tilapia, and shrimp, which can be caught in the lake‘s open areas. Fishermen in Binangonan Fishport are paid 100 Philippine Pesos (1.69 USD) per ton of fish caught. A normal boat can carry approximately 5 tons of fish. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022102002719

  •  Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022
    2022年10月19日
    Fishermen‘s Daily Life in Binangonan, Philippines - 19 Oct 2022

    October 19, 2022, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines: Fishermen unloads 2.5 tons of Bighead Carp caught in Binangonan Fishport. The 94,900-hectare Laguna Lake in Philippines is home to species such as sea carp, freshwater carp, carp, milkfish, tilapia, and shrimp, which can be caught in the lake‘s open areas. Fishermen in Binangonan Fishport are paid 100 Philippine Pesos (1.69 USD) per ton of fish caught. A normal boat can carry approximately 5 tons of fish. (Credit Image: © Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Ryan Eduard Benaid/SOPA Images via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022102002583

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