This fine gentleman (the one on the top in the picture) works for tips. The guy on the bottom works for fish.
At least 2 things would concern me a little. 1) the flavor of the bait fish and 2) the incisors. Especially the incisors. Clearly they’ve both been doing this for a while. But not sure I’d be interested in trying it.
Harbor near Cape Town.
Olympus OMD EM5, 75mm f/1.8.
We’re just back from a truly incredible trip to Africa for a safari. Like everyone who goes, we were very excited to see the Big Five: African lion, African elephant, Cape buffalo, African leopard, and White/Black rhinoceros.
And so here’s the first one — a lion.
Umm, wait… Ok, ok. So it’s a sea lion. Don’t worry, “real” lions are coming. And a bunch of other non-big 5 too.
This guy was at a harbor near Cape Town.
Olympus OMD EM5, 75mm f/1.8. Love that lens.
A different kind of service now. It’s turned into a restaurant.
These are at the Fort Mason farmers’ market. Not my usual market, but nice. And while these look like purple Padrons, the nice lady warned me that they pack a punch more like a habanero.
On our way back from Healdsburg we drove through Sonoma looking for the local farmer’s market. We saw this gentleman holding a very large bible over his head in front of the Jesus Saves neon sign.
From the side of a sewer overflow pipe.