Monday, October 15, 2012

Whales Tale

These are some pictures of some humpback whales that we came across while out fishing. They were feeding down deep so I was able to get some good picture of them when they came up. (click images to enlarge)

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Putting a Fish in the Hold

This picture is again of my brother, Chris, putting one the tuna we caught into our fish hold. The hold is filled with salt water brined ice to keep the fish fresh. (click image to enlarge)

Off in the Distance

This is a picture of my brother Chris looking at Mt. Desert Rock with the binoculars. Mt. Desert Rock is about 20 miles off the coast of down east Maine. We often fish around the island late in the tuna season. (click image to enlarge)

Lost at Sea

This is a picture of a little land bird that got blown out to sea. It landed on our boat about 30 miles from land. Unfortunately, it died from exhaustion not long after it landed on the boat. (click image to enlarge)

Lightning to the South

This is a picture taken this past summer of a storm headed out to sea. It passed over York, Maine and then out to the Southeast. (click image to enlarge)

Friday, December 16, 2011

Its That Time of Year

Here is a picture of our Christmas Tree. It only took us about five minutes to pick out, but it is a pretty good one if I say so myself. (Click Image to Enlarge)

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Fresh Fish

This photo is of a small native Brook Trout caught up in North Conway, NH. While not the biggest trout out there, this was a beautiful fish caught in a small, beautiful brook. (click image to enlarge)

This photo is of a yellow perch that I caught in a small pond in Henniker, NH. Despite being a rather small fish, its a relatively big yellow perch. (click image to enlarge)

Fun with Guns

This picture is of my friend, Seth, shooting an Assault Riffle up at a farm in New Hampshire. You can see the bullet shell in the air to the right of the gun as Seth fires another round.  This gun does not mess around. (click image to enlarge)

This picture is of the ammo that Seth and the rest of us were shooting out of the Assault Rifle. As I said before, this gun does not mess around. (click image to enlarge)

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Little Creatures

A chipmunk was trying to make a home in our lawn. While it was successful for most of the summer. It soon became lunch for my cat.

This picture was taken about 20 miles out to sea. It is of a small land bird that got blown offshore by a strong breeze, which often happens. It was taking a much needed rest, but given it took off the wrong way (out to sea, not towards land) I am not very hopeful it survived.

Midnight Garden

This picture was taken around midnight under the full moon earlier this summer. It is a picture of our flower garden in front of my family's house. (click image to enlarge)

Sunday, September 25, 2011

A Grasshopper for Lunch

This picture is of a Wasp I saw flying around with a relatively large grasshopper in its grasp. It was trying to find its home, which was apparently under the shingles on the side of our house. (click image to enlarge)

Sunset Over Acadia

This picture was taken on the way in from fishing in downeast Maine. The mountains you can see in the distance are the Acadia National Park Mountains on Mount Desert Island. The two people in the photo are my father (right) and my brother. (click image to enlarge)

Floatin' Around

This picture is of a Common Tern sitting on a trawl buoy that was not attached to anything, or as we call it a "floater." It was calm enough that the ball did not roll around, allowing the tern to get a much needed rest. (click image to enlarge)

Sunset on the Atlantic

This picture was taken a few weeks ago on the ride in from fishing in the Gulf of Maine. While its usually tough to get a sunset shot on a moving boat, this one came out particularly well. (click image to enlarge)

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Head Over Tail

This picture is of two Atlantic White-sided Dolphins leaping into the air on a calm afternoon. This picture was taken last summer about 20 miles off the coast of Maine while I was out tuna fishing. These dolphins are the most common dolphin we see while out fishing in the Gulf of Maine. (click image to enlarge)


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