Fisherman Julio Boada, 52, shows the fish he caught in Paracas national park, August 4, 2008. Boada tries to catch fish he cannot see while standing on top of an enormous cliff at the Paracas national park. He uses a 650 foot (200 meter) line to catch fish in the chilly waters of the Pacific Ocean and recommends standing away from the edge of the cliff or risk being blown over the top in heavy winds. Access to some beaches at the park were destroyed by an 8.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Peru's central coast a year ago, forcing Boada to fish from up high. To match Reuters Life! PERU-EARTH

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Fisherman Julio Boada, 52, shows the fish he caught in Paracas national park, August 4, 2008. Boada tries to catch fish he cannot see while standing on top of an enormous cliff at the Paracas national park. He uses a 650 foot (200 meter) line to catch fish in the chilly waters of the Pacific Ocean and recommends standing away from the edge of the cliff or risk being blown over the top in heavy winds. Access to some beaches at the park were destroyed by an 8.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Peru's central coast a year ago, forcing Boada to fish from up high. To match Reuters Life! PERU-EARTH

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