Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheep Haven Bay in north west of Co. Donegal,
That is an hard work. They start before the sunrise to come back in the evening. Nice photo.
Gosto destas fotos dos trabalhos de pescadores, aproveito para desejar uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Another great photo for the history book.God bless.
Thats one for bigger fish but also seal killers.
Hungry eyes long for its return.
I am retired and I really like watching other people work. (❛ᴗ❛)
...I bet that the work never ends.
A huge net for big fish indeed.
Mooie actiefoto Bill, daar hou ik van.Groet van je blogvriend Kees.
Hello, I am like Andy above. I am retired and enjoy seeing other people work. Enjoy your day, have a great new week!
I can see myself spending some hours watching them...
It looks cold. Only 11 C here and high winds today.
the net seems for big fish
There must be a good system for that or it would all be in knots!
There is a lot of work that goes into the fishing business.
This is an excellent photo. Just the thought of working on that ship makes me seasick.
The work never ends.
surely a mile long net
Never Ending Task - Ya Gotta Love What Ya Do Cheers
Even with the help of those machines, you know that's gotta be some hard work.
I am surprised there are enough cod left in the North Sea to justify a large fishing fleet.
Deep sea fishing jobs are one of the hardest jobs to have it seems.
They must need to take care not to twist the net or get unwanted knots in it!All the best Jan
That IS hard work!!
Awesome capture of everyday life.My Corner of the World
That's a lot of net on those rollers.
What sort of fish do they catch there Bill?
Right now it is cod
I wonder what they were catching.
Life and making a living...great capture Bill 💮
Cod get to quite a size judging from the style of net here Bill, hope they have a good catch 🐟
Looks like a tough task to neatly roll over.
Bill - judging from the size of the reels on both sides of the boat, it carries a massive amount of nets. Hard to imagine the work involved in hauling them in full of fish!
great worker's picture! ew