Tuesday, October 5, 2010


PHOTOGRAPHER'S JOURNAL - Herring is the preferred bait of the lobstermen. Warehouses and sheds packed with salted herring make the gull's contest for pecking order especially aggressive here. Watch them for awhile and see if you can spot top bird. These are not the obsequious gulls who beg at the pull-offs on the road to the top of Cadillac Mountain, hoping with their doorman-like deference to claim a bit of your lunch. Around the harbor, we're in the big league.


Trotter said...

Did you call Mr. Hitchcock? He was an expert... ;)

Ted Roth said...

I always consult with Mr. Hitchcock, and I never climb bell towers alone.