Monday, August 30, 2010

Dinner anyone?

Just kidding. Actually this little guy, caught during our lobster tour in Kennebunkport, Maine, got thrown back a few minutes later.


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27 comments:

meredith said...

I'd eat that!

Rimkogeren said...

What a lovely picture - I like lobster ;-D

Mojo said...

Itai looks none too sure about this!

Tink *~*~* said...

Oh dear now I am hungry....

I love coming here just to see your bright red mixer :)

Tink *~*~*

Rajesh said...

Fantastic capture.

Mrs. M @ TLC said...

Beautiful capture!

Daryl said...

just flashed back to Annie Hall ... great shot, Itai is looking so grown up!

Pagan Sphinx said...

I love lobster. Our two weeks in Nova Scotia were during lobster season. From the local seafood restaurant - $15. From the local fisherman - $5.50 a pound! I posted lobster and related photos in my own RT post!

Have a great week!

Leora said...

Love how you got the background to be white, so Itai's red jacket and the red of the lobster really stand out.

ilanadavita said...

Well-done! Cute boy and impressive lobster.

EG Wow said...

Those rubber bands sure make me feel better about your son showing off that lobster. :)

shibori girl said...

Mmmmm, a little butter sauce, a glass of wine, and dinner's ready!

Kate

quilly said...

Darn, I was already melting the butter before I got to the last line.

Great shot. I love the look of wonder on Atai's face.

deb did it said...

LOVE IT! and I love your blog banner!

eden said...

Wow, what a big lobster! I love lobster.

Great shot.

Ralph said...

This lively looking crustacean has the look of an already cooked lobster. Happily for his species, his lively colors saved him from sure doom as dinner...

Dianne said...

you did make sure to keep the kid, right?
he's so handsome and so grown up looking
and I love that he lets you take his photo

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

That is one gingerly held lobster.

Stephanie V said...

So, it didn't get eaten? Or just not then? Great choice for RT.

Junneth said...

Wow! great shot. I love how you created your banner. I'll drop by here often.

BJ Roan said...

Lobster, yum! He's quite the handsome lobster, as is the cute little guy holding it.

Manang Kim said...

Hmmm now I am hungry that is a good size! Happy Tuesday!
Something red, yellow & blue

Auntie E said...

OH that looks good. Great catch.
My ruby Link for you

Maribeth said...

Love....Lobster!

CharmaineZoe said...

Reminds me of Oscar, the one we made into Lobster Thermidor for our Anniversary! A word of advice, never name your food :-) Great picture by the way!

Mimi said...

Gosh, Itai is really weighing this up, isn't he? Great capture, great RT post!

Felisol said...

Great lobster, great shot.
Good they had plastered the claws.
Still it takes courage to hold these monsters..

Serina nearly trod on a crab as we were having an evening swim two weeks ago. She yelled like a serene and scared everybody, butt the crabs.
I told her to swim and not touch the bottom, but she refused. "A huge, big dinner crab," she said. Actually there were three, and I so wanted to take them home for an evening snack...