Dungloe, Co. Donegal
Ha Bill,In een woord. KOLOSSAAL. Groet Kees.
It's really very clean and neat.God bless.
Excelente pormenor.Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Blimey thats a heck of a lot of fishing net Bill!
Interestingly, I have never seen a fishing boat so close!Have a nice week, Bill!
You can't imaging that this can empty a whole sea.
Oh my goodness never seen a net like that before in a boat ready to roll out.
Well I wonder there is still fish in the sea after they have passed by...
Cleaner, tidier and less rusty than any I've ever seen!
Reminds me of the movie Forrest Gump a bit.And two of my Uncles who had a boat each.
...this is BIG business!
One hopes this is before the catch!
All I See Is A Heavy Dose Of Manual Labor Cheers
That is an amazing amount of netting.
That is a much cleaner boat than I thought it would be!
I love how clean boats are kept!
Great shot! I am not a fan of this vessels however.
I know nothing of the fishing industry so this is really cool.
Bill - I admire fishermen, mainly because I know it is a job I could not do! And look how clean it is - impressive!
Some very dangerous equipment to be working around, I hear.
Bill, that is an impressive amount of net. Easy to believe they could remove all the fish from the sea.
Even though I live in Florida, I've never seen a fishing net so close up. It looks a lot more clean than I would have expected. Awesome photo!
Wow that sure looks like a lot of fishing net.
Those are huge nets!
really bigthere are many meters on that rollmaybe miles
Hope their catch is just as big as their fishing nets.
Lots of equipment to keep in shape for their important job. We enjoy fishing docks ... on both coasts here.
That looks a lot of net.Great photograph.All the best Jan
A lot of equipment.
You have to be in shape to do that kind of work!
A very interesting picture. Wishing you both a good day.