Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Those fishers have no need for nets.
Hi Bill.Funny, they may still smell the smell of fish.Or know that fish is sometimes in the nets.Groettie from Patricia.
Always on the lookout for food. Can't miss must be along the seaside.
I find this photo so peaceful somehow. Thanx Bill. Great picture.God bless.
Funny, they can't wait to see them filled with fish!
The gulls have probably learned to associate the nets with scraps of food.
...and ready and waiting.
Uma bela fotografia.Um abraço e bom Domingo.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
This great picture tells a story . . .
Perfect story photo Bill! The nets, the man , the gulls...wonderful!!!
Love it, seeing both human and birds engaged in similar activity!
It’s been a long time since I’ve seen the nets spread out like that Bill. Thanks for the memories. The nets weren’t green in those days.
Oh they like to get there beaks into everything ☺ Nice one Bill!
I think they are hoping that a stray fish is still caught up in the net.
Great picture---New pets!!?? LOL
always worth a second look
The nets look pretty new, but I bet they already smell nice to the birds.
I love the color of the nets! That's a tedious job but worth it. I hope the birds get some fish soon.
Great shot! The gulls are volunteers: "Here, we'll help you clean them up."
The gulls would gladly help!
Casing out the joint as advanced reconnaissance.
They just might find a piece of fish in there----somewhereMB
That's a lot of work and requires patience too! Beautifully framed.
Very interesting scene ! :)
Fisherman checking, gulls checking.
Good photo.Are they fishing in the night?
Ha Bill, werkelijk een fraaie foto van de visnetten, en hoe leuk is het met de meeuwen erbij.Groet kees.
What a nice scene this is.All the best Jan