Monday, July 13, 2009

My World Tuesday

fisherwoman A fisherwoman cleans sardines at the harbour
(click photos to enlarge)

fisherman A fisherman unloads freshly caught tuna

cutting tuna And here he cuts the tuna into steaks

Scenes down at the fishermen's harbour in Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Canary Islands.


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20 comments:

J said...

I like having this refreshingly package holiday view of Tenerife!

Luiz Ramos said...

Beautiful place and nice way of life!

Sylvia K said...

Lovely place! I think I love Tenerife! And I know I love tuna! Great post and terrific captures!

kbguy said...

Nice shot !

erin said...

there is nothing better than FRESH seafood. i so would love to be able to have that luxury.
have a most wonderful week sharon.

koala said...

As much as I enjoy fresh food prepared at sight those fish grouse me out!

ewok1993 said...

Beautiful peek at your world. Oh sashimi is calling :)

Carver said...

Those are wonderful shots. I feel like I'm there.

Greyscale Territory said...

It's so interesting seeing other lifestyles like this! I think this is the first time that I have seen sardines freshly caught!

irene said...

Oh love your pics of fishmongering..so alive and real.

Karen said...

Wonderful captures !!!

Only way to eat fish ...freshly caught !!! :-)

Snap said...

I'll have some of the tuna, please! So nice to visit Tenerife. Thanks!

Swarna said...

I would never have gotten so close to take pictures of the fish!
Look forward to more!

Hazel said...

I love fish! Both salmon and tuna are very expensive in Thailand; tuna abounds in the Philippines though. Thanks for sharing the photos. Cheers from Bangkok!

Arija said...

Great, at least you know your fish are fresh! Nice photos.

Denise said...

I'm sure you never have to worry about purchasing fresh fish in your part of the world. Wonderful photos and a lovely tour, thank you.

Rita said...

I must admit that when I read profiles like yours I get a tad bit envious. Having never had the opportunity or resources to travel, much less live and learn a new culture or way of life; gives me great respect for the ones that have.

I truly enjoyed both your blogs and will return I'm sure.

Your title for the other blog reminds me of a writing challenge I had back in high school. Nice memories as well.

Thank you for sharing your world.

Indrani said...

Great shots from your world.

vision2eyes@gmail.com said...

great blog keep up the good work

streetsmart said...

impressive pictures! and oh, tuna is one of my faves!

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