I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
I bet it gets smelly near the sardine plant. Great shot.
Very interesting--especially as I thought that the "B" was a "U" in the word "Brine" until I enlarged it! LOLThanks for visiting my blog.
How interesting. I love shots like this.
I love your sardine/ fish posts. I prefer my sardines in olive oil, and am not a fan of brine water.
Excellent follow on from yesterdays pic!!!
hmmmmmmm could just eat sardines on toast!mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
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!
on pourrait se croire dans une distellerie clandestine ;o) belle photo, j'aime beaucoupone could believe oneself in a clandestine distellery; O) beautiful photograph, I like much
yummy.not.love Pat's comment...yikes!!!
In Portugal, all you need are the sardines, a barbeque, olive oil and some marinated salad & boiled potatoes. God's own food!
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!!!
I love the wood grain on the wood fence. Beautiful!
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...
Great photo! I think this is a great follow up to yesterday's post also. I love the "atmosphere" in this shot.
I used to like sardines until I realized they canned them whole, guts, feathers and all.
its like in a old film i long ago....Monterey... film name cannery road??? or somthing like thisvisit me athttp://www.flickr.com/photos/75362345@N00/
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