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Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Saturday, 25 January 2014

Saturday before the next storm arrives and the skies are heavy with rain and wind


Promenades were made for jogging...


evidence of those heavy ground seas pounding the shore - acres of ficus ficus stems litter the beaches in Mount's Bay...


out to sea yet another downpour passes across the horizon...


Wherry Town Plaza hasn't any customers just yet...


the old fuel line is still intact despite the gales...


not having had an airing for some years now, the Children's Friend sails are showing their age...


the dockside crane waits for the next job...


these ton plus weights are used to heel bigger boats against the quay when drying out for repairs on the hard...


the new SAS Seas for Life plaque tell their story...


as there are no boats visiting the port that require a pilot these days now the quarry is no longer producing...


the office is used as a gear store...


the gig rowers get a chance to flex their biceps at last, in between #storms ...


going down...


leaving a trail across the harbour a punt heads for the fish market to land...


one of the port's regular resident oysterctachers chases worms down the quay...


that's what bulldogs do best, grip...


only in Newlyn is the weeding done by forklift, thanks guys says Debbie...


happy flowers in the Star Inn...


open for business...


the Cafe is full of local characters...


key components for the ice works are now on site...


looks like the fish market has taken its requirement to be seen to be environmentally friendly literally, giving  'going green' a new twist...


the Chris T'acha is safely back in port after being towed in to Newlyn at 2am by the Sennen lifeboat...


gear before beer on the Cornsihman...


time to jump ship...


this family takes its photography seriously it seems!...


the Karen N at rest...


another job waiting to be completed...


its the great hake debate.....


as 200+ boxes of best Cornish #hake come ashore from the Ajax.