Not an image for sale, I would just like to show some of the stuff I’ve been working on while studying photojournalism!
Picture 3 in a series of 5:
Before he retired, Peter Jacobi often used fishing nets when he was at sea, but lately, the time and effort it takes to set them up has been too much work. Instead, he almost solely focuses on jig-fishing for cod.
After the catch, the fish are gutted and cleansed for sale when he returns to harbour.
Most of the guts are thrown directly off the boat in the cleaning-process, a fact the local seagulls are well aware of.
The cod livers, however, are going home in a bucket for the chickens.