a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
They're an attractive feature of many a coastal village; I love to see them.
And I hope they keep it that way...
Cool, they look like decorations. Take care, have a great new week!
I am not a huge fan of lobster.
...are they retired?
A bad luck animal! It has the bad fate of being very tasty... Poor thing!; )) Have a nice week, dear Bill. 🌼~~~~~~~~
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Oh, it looks as if these have been around for a while. Its good this style works in these high-tech times. Good going!
I did not know lobsters come on-shore. God bless.
Probably would work better if they were IN the water...lolGreat shot!hugsDonna
They are empty, because and probably they are in the restaurants.. Happy new week Bill :)
The season starts here this week. Yay!
Those look like really old ones, Bill.
I love the look of those!
Interesting to see them all in a row like that.
Ready for next time, I guess.
Uma imagem super interessante! Adorei ver estas armadilhas para as lagostas!Um grande abraço! Feliz semana!Ana
These lobster traps are a fine seaside decoration, but also represent sizable efforts to make a living from the sea. Not good news for the lobsters, but wonderful news for the diners who will enjoy eating them.
Out of season, I assume.
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No las había visto nunca. Muchas de ellas, caaerán en esas trampas.
They certainly make a nice photograph :)All the best Jan
These are always a welcomed sight... especially when they are filled with lobster!
Boa tarde Bill. Obrigado pela foto incrível.
Lots of them and they sure make a great picture.
Já tinha visto armadilhas para lagostas, por aqui também tem.Boa semana!😊😘
Uy genial foto. Te mando un beso.
Lobsters have migrated to safer waters! :)
look like they had been used....
The traps are pretty but I don't like any kind of seafood other than Cod and breaded fried shrimp.
Hola! son muy típicas en las pueblos costeros. Saludos
I hope they work well and the fisherman catch some.
We see crab traps stored like that on the Oregon coast off-season. Hope it was a good catch year.