Friday, May 6, 2011

When he says "fresh" seafood, he means "fresh"!

It's so fresh, it's right from the boat!

17 comments:

Steffe said...

You can't beat that!

Jack said...

Pretty cool. I don't know where some people get their ideas.

Randy said...

Clever marketing!

cieldequimper said...

Hey! You've just given me an idea to change jobs, lol!

Birdman said...

I get a kick out of this shot. ... and the boots! Hot!? Sticky?!

Sharon said...

Very clever marketing!

Small City Scenes said...

But was the boat ever even near the water???

BTW---I did NOT use a tripod. I was standing on terra firma using my tiny camera because they are going to replace my GOOD camera---- whenever. I am patient. MB

Small City Scenes said...

AND I do not know what becota means----it was just gremlins I think, MB

magicpolaroid said...

really real capture!!

youth_in_asia said...

Very, very clever! That's an outstanding idea.

Thanks for your comments on my blog. I regret to inform you that I've never had a female show up nekkid to my front door because of my grammatic error. If i did, would it still be an "error."

I like the preacher and republican comment. My girlfriend called yesterday and asked why I, "put up a self portrait" on my blog.

Jarart said...

That's the best kind!!

Lois said...

The best kind! Now I'm hungry for some oysters.

Charlotte said...

What a wonderful idea! I love it! I bet the fish tastes magnificant!

Hehehehe - Cats are unpredictable. However, my Tiger is a very sweet little boy ... -:)

I hope you enjoy your Saturday!
Wishing you a pleasant evening.

Sailor said...

Did they go to the sea with those big umbrellas? Just kidding.

zakton said...

I love fresh oysters.

EG Wow said...

You are making m homesick for the ocean! (I haven't always lived in Ontario.)

Amin said...

You asked me the question about the poppies field ...I have not been there and I do not know this wild or not...

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson