This ocean view with all boats are sooo "Portuguese"!I mean, this kind of picture we can see in several magazines about tourism in Portugal!Wonderful picture!By the way, it is good? The "lobster"??I have never try!I would like!Kind RegardsLéia( Bem que eu já tive oportunidade de provar lagosta, mas eu fiquei com pena...acho ela muito simpática! São "foolish things" da Léia!!)
Those traps are so horrifying!Silhouette of a Temple of Dwarka
Just waiting there for my dinner to jump in them. I never thought about how they were caught.
Lobster traps look very quaint and picturesque on the docks in your area, as they do in Maine and Nova Scotia, but I am sure that it is very hard work to go out and run the traps in cold weather and rough seas.
Lovely blue! Those pots remind me of my childhood fishing lobster and crab on the Atlantic!
This photo is a visual essay! Terrific!
la pêche était bonne ? cela rend très bien.fishing was good? this makes it very well.
Our lobster season ended on April 1. Most lobstering is done in the Keys, about 100 miles south of here.
Fantastic shot. So much information compressed in a single stunning image.
It's interesting to see food at it's source.
These traps are actually very lovely. And is this not the bluest water ever?
Gorgeous photo. The color of the water is amazing.
Great shot, JM. Wouldn't lobster fishing (trapping) be less difficult in your waters (warmer) than, say, off the coast of Massachusetts?
The picture tells a story! Beautiful.
Another postcard !!
I love lobster! The ships in the background look so nice.
Beautiful view of this colorful parade of boats!
Great shot. Those lobsters must be delicious. It doesn't get any fresher than that.
Awesome shot! Such a pretty city.
Yum...I love lobsters.
hmmmm. I love lobsters a lot though they are little expensive here.
This could have been taken in my hometown in Brittany!Amazing..
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