The sun has just kissed the horizon and the local fishermen are heading out while the tide is up. The sun has just risen, but the fishermen are already hard at work. They manoeuvre their small felucca around the rough waves, using bamboo poles to guide the boat. The job is dangerous, but it provides a modest income for these families. The boats are made of mango wood, and are very fragile. If they were to capsize, the fishermen would be in serious danger. Thankfully, the early morning hours are usually calm and peaceful.