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Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Monday, 29 October 2018

A little on the chilly side on Monday morning's market in Newlyn


Now that the clocks went back, light creeps across the bay as the fish auction gets underway at 6am...


new owner, new boxes for the netter Charisma...


a blue with the blues...


plenty of megrim soles with the Twilight III this morning...


and plenty of hake for the netters Karen of Ladram...


and Ajax...


Newlyn Fish, always on the look out for something a little special landed...


or these beautiful brill...


with so many boats landing the buyers were up to their chests in fish this morning...


cracking haul of bass from the man himself, despite the freezing cold yesterday chances are Cod was the only handliner out there not complaining of cold feet...


winding this much mackerel aboard would have kept the cold at bay on the Sea Spray too...


wonder if big Don gave young Mr Nowell a shout on the VHF to tell him how many JDs he was catching?..


spot the turbot...


lovely looking lemons...


busy market scene...


the netter fleet tied up over the spring tide under all kinds of blue hues this morning...


from a deep Prussion blue...


through to Cerulean...



and French Ultramarine...


for a full-size panorama...


watercolour challenge - try laying down a wash in paint from blue through to its complimentary colour orange...


looks like the solar panels are a little frosted this morning...


and the lorry park is packed with articulated lorries waiting for their fish loads...


a packed Mary Williams pier...


as the aptly named Serene Dawn lands during a serene dawn... 



Elisabeth Veronique makes for the ice works...


early morning paddleboarder enjoying a flat calm...


as are two 'Battery Rockers', those hardy (or insane) bunch of swimmers that take to the water every morning off Jubilee Pool, your'e free to join them any day you want...


and enjoy the stunning ever-changing vistas that Mount's bay has to offer.