A ShutterBug Explores ~ Our World Tuesday


'There is period of life when we swallow a knowledge of
ourselves and it becomes either good or sour inside.'
~ Pearl Bailey 




Early evening on Cape Ann MA ~ 
a dragger in the harbor fishing for eels ~ 
which are a delicacy to some peoples.


We are sharing with: Our World Tuesday.



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'artmusedog' aka zoe



'carol

Comments

  1. I'm not sure about that eel yum!

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  2. Hello, nice view of the dragger. I have never tried eel, I am sure it can be delicious.
    Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!

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  3. Hmm, eels...don't think I would like those. Have a good Carol.

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  4. Nice photo. I'm pretty sure I'd have a hard time swallowing a bite of eel! Well... maybe if I was starving. Does it taste like chicken?

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  5. It's fun to watch the boats on the water, even if i am not a fan of eating eels.

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  6. That is interesting, I've eaten every kind of fish there is I think except eels. I'd like to try that sometime.

    In the meantime I am a sucker for photos of fishing boats.

    Great post. Have a great day!!

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  7. Hari OM
    LOL - yes, well, acquired taste, eh?! YAM xx

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  8. I would try them! In fact, I think maybe I already have , in sushi! I’m sure the people on that boat are too busy to enjoy the beauty that they’re working in.

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  9. I just saw a show where they were eating 'jellied eel'. UGH... couldn't do it.

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  10. Lovely scenery! Eels may be tasty and have health benefits, but not for me...I'd say eew to eel :-)

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  11. Such a nice spot! I'm not sure about eels, either!

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  12. Beautiful quote, and I love that photo - I've never heard of a dragger, having never lived on the water. I've heard that eel is very good, but never had a chance to try it. However, I think I'll stick with shrimp, scaredy cat that I am.

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  13. Lovely photo.
    Dragging eels away to anywhere but my table is a good thing.

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  14. Eels are rarely caught here and nice shot !

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  15. Love the boat- not the eels-lol!

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  16. I have tried some eels in Japan and they were deliciously prepared and don;t look like eels at all. Eels are also a delicacy here in the Philippines but I don;t enjoy the way it is prepared here. Safe Sail to that boat and hugs to you and Zoe!

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  17. You have a collection of thought inspiring quotes.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  18. Carol - diversity makes the world go 'round - I'll leave the eels to others!

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