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Warm up the 'Barbie'.....

Post by Didereaux » Fri Apr 28, 2017 11:34 am

One of my favorite foods! Love to get the fresh shrimp right on the docks! You'll never, ever eat those gross frozen 'farmed' things again. I gair-own-tee! :D
(yeah yeah I am perfectly aware the horizon is not level on the 2d one)
For a good look at the equipment, and such click the second and look at the guy and stuff on the rear deck.

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Post by minniev » Sat Apr 29, 2017 1:10 am

I really like that first one, great angle that showcases all the equipment that serves as shrimp-boat regalia.

I enjoy photographing working boats like shrimp and lobster boats so it's a pleasure to see what others do with them.
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Post by Didereaux » Sat Apr 29, 2017 9:56 am

minniev wrote:I really like that first one, great angle that showcases all the equipment that serves as shrimp-boat regalia.

I enjoy photographing working boats like shrimp and lobster boats so it's a pleasure to see what others do with them.


Thank you. I agree about working boats. One of my 'projects' I haven't got around to yet is doing a good series on the shrimpers. Maybe even cadge a day trip on one. May have to scratch that last if I don't get it done soon. Mother Nature is rapidly putting the quietus on a lot of my activities.
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Post by St3v3M » Sat Apr 29, 2017 4:30 pm

Didereaux wrote:
minniev wrote:I really like that first one, great angle that showcases all the equipment that serves as shrimp-boat regalia.

I enjoy photographing working boats like shrimp and lobster boats so it's a pleasure to see what others do with them.


Thank you. I agree about working boats. One of my 'projects' I haven't got around to yet is doing a good series on the shrimpers. Maybe even cadge a day trip on one. May have to scratch that last if I don't get it done soon. Mother Nature is rapidly putting the quietus on a lot of my activities.

Please keep us in mind with your personal projects, you'd be surprised how profitable they can be! S-
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