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Lobster boat owners on Cape Ann MA protesting.
They are protesting the mandated 'haul out of their lobster traps' ~ Why? There is concern for whales getting trapped in the lobster
trap lines ~ conflict never good.  Once the whales are out of the area they will be able to put their traps back out.

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Comments

  1. Great photo, I love that they are peacefully protesting for their rights.

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  2. It's not an unreasonable thing to ask.

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  3. It's never easy to balance these things, i wish there were an easy solution.

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  4. I do remember loving lobster in your area of the world, but I'd love it more if the whales swim free. Have a lovely week Carol.

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  5. Not only does it help the whales but maybe it helps the lobsters grow a little larger??

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  6. agree with you:"conflict never good".... hope, will be resolved soon.

    Happy Tuesday

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  7. i get that this effects their livelihood, but its only until the whales move on

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  8. Let the whales do there thing and when they are gone you can resume your lobster traps. Solution seems simple to me.

    Have a fabulous day, Carol. Big hug to you and lots of scritches to Angel. ♥

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  9. Dang, that would be a problem for the whales. Hopefully the whales will move on soon. Great photo though.

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  10. Perhaps the boat owners could wait until the whales are out or put traps somewhere. But I wish they take a decision that didn't affect either. Nice view!

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  11. Peaceful protests are a good thing. It's too bad that the whales can't protest the long lines... Nice shot! Thanks for sharing! We hope you have a marvellously happy day!

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  12. Compromise over conflict ... we certainly need more of that in this world.

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  13. Now that's a different kind of a protest. Thank you for sharing this quite-unusual sight. :)
    Have a good weekend. :)

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