‘Fisherman naked, Mackerel Fish in the sea’

“A man in the southern Philippines has been caught in the act of having a nude photograph of his fish caught by fishermen in the water.

The man, who has not been named, has been captured in a series of images showing a mackerel caught by a fisherman off the town of La Paz in the Philippines’s northern island of Mindanao, according to the Inquirer.

The photographer, who is believed to be the first man to have nude photographs of his catch taken by fishermen, said he was not able to recover the image after it was taken because it was too blurry.”

The man is reportedly in a state of shock.

“I was surprised when I saw the pictures,” the photographer, named only as Nino, told the Inquiror.

“I thought it was my wife.

But when I looked at the images, I realised they were my own.”

The photographer said he had not been able to retrieve the image because it had been taken with a telephoto lens, which does not allow the image to be clearly captured.

“He said he took the photographs to prove his point about fishermen having a right to privacy.”

The photograph is being shown for the first time to the public in a film on the man’s life and work, which was shot in March this year.

“If this was a normal situation, he would have recovered his own photograph before the day had arrived,” the filmmaker said.

Nino’s image of his mackereel was taken on the night of May 15 last year.

It was released to the media last week in the form of a short documentary film, titled “Mackerel Fishermen”.

It has since been downloaded more than two million times, with more than 3.5 million views.

Ninos family said they were relieved to be able to share the image with the public, and the family had hoped to have it published by the end of this month.

“We have been in the process of publishing the film for about a year and have been awaiting this moment for many years,” he said.

“My wife, mother, and brother were devastated when the news came that we had the images on our phones, but they were all glad to share them with the world.”