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    No real signs of herring activity in town. A few more sea lions and a couple of out of town tenders. We walked the floats on Sunday. Here are a few photos from that. As always, any feedback and ideas for improvement would be appreciated.








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    Those are awesome Bruce! Good work!

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    Great photos of all the workhorses resting between seasons. Very cool!
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    I don't have a photographer's experience to offer much in the way of criticism but I always appreciate you sharing your photos. 2nd photo down is a very nice blend of business, but framed in a way to bring clarity to what one is seeing. Thanks for sharing.

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    Bruce
    Those are great pictures, i wish i had the eye for that.

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    Bruce
    Those are great pictures, i wish i had the eye for taking pictures like that.

    Sweepint
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    Thanks. I always have fun at the dock....except for the dog crap. Hurry up herring....I need some spring in the air and in my step. Snowing now.
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    That is a fabulous set of images!

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    Great shots, I like the black & white of these photos, would be cool to see some more distant shots of the harbor as well. Thanks for sharing.

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    Really Bruce, you are an Artist,.....

    Thanks for posting, I like the first one best,

    as a wood boat guy,...the tired old Schooner,....just causes me to shudder (or is it cringe?)
    Nice work tho

    are you going to be out with the Herring Maniacs,...on the grounds?
    Ten Hours in that little raft off the AK peninsula, blowin' NW 60, in November.... "the Power of Life and Death is in the Tongue," and Yes, God is Good !

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    Nice shots!

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    Wow!. Thanks for the comments. It is flattering to have people comment on your photos who are into it themselves. Thanks again.

    I am not going to be able to be a part of the herring opening this year. Have not been able to do that for a few years. The last time (2009) I did I was lucky enough to shoot from the tender Howkan. Crazy fishery. Record size quota this year.

    I appreciate you looking, your comments and your sharing of ideas and images.

    Bruce
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