Tuesday, February 27, 2007

FISHY


Two things needed for preparing the sardines.

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17 comments:

Laurie said...

I bet it gets smelly near the sardine plant. Great shot.

Ash said...

Interesting!

Pat said...

Very interesting--especially as I thought that the "B" was a "U" in the word "Brine" until I enlarged it! LOL

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Anna said...

How interesting. I love shots like this.

Lilly said...

I love your sardine/ fish posts. I prefer my sardines in olive oil, and am not a fan of brine water.

Libbys Blog said...

Excellent follow on from yesterdays pic!!!

mrsnesbitt said...

hmmmmmmm could just eat sardines on toast!
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

ruth said...

Would you believe I've never tried sardines? I like anchovies though, so maybe I'd like them. I never knew they were brined in tanks like this!

Olivier said...

on pourrait se croire dans une distellerie clandestine ;o) belle photo, j'aime beaucoup


one could believe oneself in a clandestine distellery; O) beautiful photograph, I like much

Chris & Deb said...

yummy.
not.
love Pat's comment...yikes!!!

Icarus said...

In Portugal, all you need are the sardines, a barbeque, olive oil and some marinated salad & boiled potatoes. God's own food!

Salty Dawg said...

Now I do like sardines in both oil and mustard and I really like your previous shot "Dinner". That is a terrific image! Great work!!!

Tim Rice said...

I love the wood grain on the wood fence. Beautiful!

AphotoAday said...

Oh neat... Hope you had a fine time in Monterey... My father worked as a bookkeeper for a succession of canneries "on the row" back in the late 40's and early '50's as a bookkeeper, but of course they all closed down -- except Portola (their squid packing operation closed in the mid-'60's), which is where the aquarium now is... Thanks for the memories...

Mike said...

Great photo! I think this is a great follow up to yesterday's post also. I love the "atmosphere" in this shot.

Faye Pekas said...

I used to like sardines until I realized they canned them whole, guts, feathers and all.

sir henry said...

its like in a old film
i long ago....
Monterey...
film name cannery road??? or somthing like this
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