In the eye of the storm
In the south of Chili, El Chino, Tio and Flash are two friends venturing alone, on the hunt for sea urchins in the canals of Patagonia. In the south of New Zealand, Colin and his men are the only remaining fishermen catching langoustines on Steward Island. At first glance, these two groups of people seem to have nothing in common. Thousands of kilometres apart, their methods are as different as the money they make. But they have much in common, both undertaking one of the most dangerous professions, in some of the most hazardous places on the planet. They share danger, cold and isolation. At these latitudes, where every voyage is a risk, they allowed us to join them on one of their many trips.