Magheraclogher Beach, Bunbeg
Maybe the fisher folks are wondering the same thing! Looks like it has been there for a while.
Muito bonitas estas fotografias.Um abraço e boa semana. AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
And all from plastic.
I like the photos since I've never seen any of this up close. I have no idea what the rusted thing is but I'm thinking it can't be of much use now.
The rusty thing is an old tin of sardines.God bless.
These all look as colourful as your houses!
So much wonderful color that it cheers me up to just look at these cheerful photos Bill. Thank you~
...ready for the big catch.
Hello, they are ready for the next fishing trip. Love the colorful photos. Happy Monday, enjoy your day! Have a great new week!
Ja alles bereit für die nächste Fahrt.Noke
Big fishing takes a lot of organising Bill.. can't help re the rusty piece of metal 😉
Hello Bill.Very beautiful pictures with vivid colors!Ready to go for the next fishing trip!Thank you for sharing! Have a lovely week!Dimi...
It's a colorful world down there by the water!
do not know what it's called in englishbut it may be a drop to trawl fishingbut I do not know, maybe it's just like scrap from the bottom of the ocean
Nice pictures!!!! I like your colourful world in pics.
No idea on the metal.
Nice capture on the nets and colorful trays!
Hey Bill. mooie foto van de visserij het ligt allemaal al klaar op de kade.groet kees, fijne week
Those nets are huge!
For a gill-netter or purse seiner---I don't know. Good images thoughMB
There must be a trick to rolling the nets so that they don't tangle themselves all up!
I like the fact the gear is so colorful. And it appears that a lot of hard work and organization goes into commercial fishing.
Doesn't it all look so colourful, lovely photographs.All the best Jan
Interesting to see the gear from across the pond!
That is quite a process!
Neat and organized.
Nice shots. My rusty fisherman husband says the rusty metal gear is called otter boards. They're used in the water to spread the net. They tow them at an angle attached to each side of the net that causes the net to spread.
So colorful ... and so much gear -- commercial fishing seems like that where we see it over here too.
such a colorful trays! have a great day
I can smell the fish!