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Jumping Mullet

Truly a lucky capture…

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Brown's Island 3-- An Eye for Mullet

Bedford Lawrence on the ocean beach at Brown’s Island. He is wearing a faded denim jacket, a gabardine or denim shirt, and an oilcloth or rubberized canvas “sou’wester.” He may have waterproofed the hat with linseed or cottonseed oil. 790 more words

Maritime Photographs, 1870-1941

Brown's Island 2- The Camp

A view of the Brown’s Island mullet camp from the ocean dunes facing the sound side of the island. Piles of firewood, a wandering hog and several fishermen, including one tending to his laundry, can be seen around the camp. 283 more words

Maritime Photographs, 1870-1941

Put A Ring On It

For nearly 15 years, I wore a ring daily. It snapped a few years ago, and the maker tried to repair it. The band was too thin and didn’t hold the repair. 271 more words

An Osprey's Lunch

Who’d be a fish eh? The fish in the picture below had been swimming around Eagle Harbor on the west side of St. Joe Peninsula. Like all living creatures, the Osprey had to eat, and fish like this one are on its menu. 87 more words


The 'Perch Search'

Brad Young invited me out on his boat around Marlo Last week (Fri-Sat) with young Harry to take part in the ‘Perch Search’. The aim is to catch local Estuary Perch as breeding stock for Fisheries Victoria’s East Gippsland stocking program. 47 more words