Saturday, March 5, 2011

Fishers/ SOOC

Fishers at the Port of Goderich, Ontario, on Lake Huron

These guys have definitely "gone fishing." 

If you're wondering what's going on on the the other side of the water, come back Monday. If you're not wondering...please come back anyway.
To see more photos straight out of the camera, visit Jan's  SOOC at Murietta365. 

27 comments:

Lois Evensen said...

Although sunny, it looks very cold there. :\

Dagrun said...

Very good right from the camera shot! It looks like they're having a good time too.

Viola said...

I just love this photo of the fishers on the harbour.. but you make me so querious.. what's going on on the other side, so I'm staring my eyes off on me.. but cannot find out of it.. ;) So sure- I'll be back to see.. :)

Jan said...

I think fishermen are the same the world over, nothing matters but the catch.

edenhills said...

I love this one.

Teresa

T. Becque said...

What an atmosphere to go fishing in! :)

George said...

At least they have some bright sunshine in which to do their fishing.

Leora said...

Oh, what I love most is the pull to come back Monday... you are often telling stories with your photos.

snowwhite said...

EG,I'm curious! Just they are enjoying fishing. On the other side there is a huge factory surrounded by metal fences.
Yes, I'll wait and come back Monday! "gone fishing" is some hint?? Have a nice day!

Kathy said...

Yep, these are some serious fishermen!

SandyCarlson said...

Intrepid gents, to be sure! I like this very much.

momgen said...

Good day to catch fish like fish. happy SOOC Sunday.

mine is here

Randy said...

Enjoying a friends company. Great shot.

RedPat said...

Not the most scenic location to spend the day fishing!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I sometimes think that the process of fishing is more important to fishermen than the goal of catching fish. They seem quite companionable.

Al said...

Nice photo, although I'd be nervous about eating something caught right there! It definitely looks cold.

Small City Scenes said...

A fisherman will fish anywhere. what is the catch of the day? MB

Ann said...

Those two pillars are so big. di I see a female? Or is it like my Vietnamese boy student who tells me, "Girls not allowed."

clavsupclose said...

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DawnTreader said...

I guess they were hardly there for the scenery...?

Nina said...

It looks like they don't wanna be disturb hehe btw great shot!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Great slice-of-life shot...can a person safely eat fish caught in this water?

It looks like some kind of sporting arena is being built across the way...maybe?

Jeanne said...

Hardcore out in this weather. I shake my head when I see fishermen out on the ice or even on the shore like this in the cold. And I will be back to see what's on the other side. Interesting to get a look at another of the Great Lakes.

Jan n Jer said...

They look cold...hope they were rewarded with a catch! I will be back to see whats on the other side!!!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

That must be a good spot. It looks like they plan on staying for a while. I like how they have commandeered the little concrete pad for their own use.

VP said...

Fishers are the same everywhere!

Janie said...

The guy on the right looks like he has a fish on. I hope he caught himself some supper.

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