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Rhode Island Quahog... (!6 PICS!)

 
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Feb 24, 2004 17:55 |  #1

O'Shaunessy here is a typical Bristol Rhode Island shell fisherman,.

..in this case digging for Rhode Islands famous "Quahogs" (pronounced "koe-hog")

Don't know what a Quahog is??

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Give me a moment while I dig one up
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takes a little effort,. they aren't exactly lying on the surface!
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...let me just hop on up here...
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there,.. see? a tasty Quahog :) ...now back off pal!
Go dig your own!

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Feb 24, 2004 18:03 |  #2

Excellent series!


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Feb 24, 2004 18:51 |  #3

How lucky and talented you are to be able to get such a great series.

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Feb 24, 2004 19:02 |  #4

Very Nice!


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Feb 24, 2004 19:06 |  #5

these are wonderful shots CDS

especially #3 and #5


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Feb 24, 2004 19:23 |  #6

WHOA!

HOLY SMOKES, they are all great, but #3 is OFF THE CHART! it needs no intorduction or explanation, it speaks for it's self, the shot is a perfect 10!

So good to see your stuff again too CDS, stop waiting so long!

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Feb 24, 2004 19:28 |  #7

Oh and yes PLEASE, share your EXIF data on that, judging by the shadow I would venture it was either 7:00am or 4:00pm, how close am I ?

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Feb 24, 2004 19:29 |  #8

thanks for saying all that BC 8)

I am so sleepy (it's late here) I could'nt express properly what I was thinking about the shots
but you have done it here for me now :)

they really are wonderful

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Feb 24, 2004 19:35 |  #9

Yup .. that (as I recall) is a Cape Cod tradition too! .. but the I thought that you need a sand shovel. Super shots .. I here BCD on #2 ... but kind of like #1. Thanks for the great close up.




  
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Feb 24, 2004 19:40 |  #10

They're all great as a series, but after a second look, #3 really hit the sweet spot. That really is a perfect picture.


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Feb 24, 2004 20:02 |  #11

Thanks folks!

It's been so freaking cold and crappy since mid December,. this is the first time I've been out in ages.

Tom W., Cinnamon, Scottes and Marie;
Thanks so much :) Very glad you enjoy them.

BC;
It was 4:02.22pm.. good call!

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Partial metering of course. :)


Howie,. long time no see!

#3 is my favorite too,. it's the splash that makes it!

The gull actually dove in about 4 or 5 times before retriving the Quahog.. in and out of the water,. it was clearly not on the top but dug in a little!

I'd never seen a gull dive like that before. It was something. :)


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Feb 24, 2004 20:48 |  #12

Holy Cow those are good Shots CDS!!!

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Feb 25, 2004 04:56 |  #13

Those are incredible. Your comentary really added to the presentation too. Such detail, and great exposure. Excellent stuff CDS.


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Feb 25, 2004 05:44 |  #14

Awesome pictures, but I have to ask...how does he get the clam open? I dont see a clam knife anywhere!




  
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Feb 25, 2004 05:46 |  #15

Not only are they perfect shots, but the series together tell a story of success and triumph. I'm very impressed.




  
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