I swear you couldn’t dream up this scene to paint it just the way it was at that very moment when I snapped the shot in between offloading boats.
You couldn’t have dreamed up the clouds or the sun breaking through at just the right angle to lead straight down the harbor to our dock. You couldn’t have dreamed up the lobster boats waiting to offload at just the right perpendicular locations to frame the shot on either side of the lobster boat’s mast that was tied up at the dock. Picture perfect.
Sometimes amid the madness you don’t really have time to take it all in because you’re ass deep in work but that one capture you managed to fire off brings it all back and reminds you that yes indeed, it wasn’t a dream.
Shot From Both Sides of The Take Out Hook. very Different Perspectives
Offloading Boats At Captain Joe and Sons Lobster Company. Celebrating 60 Years In Business This Year.
The beginning and end of this video are regular speed. Middle part sped up.
It’ the twitter feed from our dock and contains mostly heavy duty marine industrial wharf stuff.
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Dave Jewell brought in this blue tinted lobster. It isn’t nearly as blue as some of the other ones we’ve got in the past but I thought I’d throw the pic up anyway to add to the collection. To see the mutated lobster and crab slide show click this text
There are controls to pause the pictures of go directly to the album by clicking on the slide show.
This is an updated version of the old “Freaks Of The Lobster and Crab World Slide Show”. I doubt anyone else has a collection of pictures that they’ve taken first hand of this many mutations.