Shrimpers Eugene Orage and Diogenese Miller enjoy the morning as they make their first drag of the day. Reduced access to waterways, strict regulations and increasing seafood imports are spoiling domestic shrimping — a traditional Gullah Geechee vocation. The Gullah Geechee people are the descendants of West and Central Africans who were enslaved and bought to the lower Atlantic states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, and Georgia to work on the coastal rice, Sea Island cotton and indigo plantations. The Gullah Geechee are believed to be one of the most authentic African American communities in the United States.
In limited editions of 75 in each size offered
Reproduced on true silver gelatin baryta based paper, 310gsm with a fiber gloss surface.
Printed exclusively by: Digital Silver Imaging.
$200.00 – $375.00