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this is one amazingly cold capture and looks to this softie as if it’s frozen in for the winter… but you seem to be saying it and your boat are both ynder poser and moving through this ice?? wow!! respect!!
Thank you very much!! Yes, it was a bit chilly that day….I suppose I looked pretty silly in their pictures wearing shorts but I am a Northern Boy though, anything above 75 and I melt!! Thanks for looking..Terry
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Amazing shot Terry
David….Thanks a million!! Terry
Ah ha.The deadliest catch.I love that programme.Anything to do with you??Great capture BTW.
Richard, Thank you…No we are not on that show but fish next to them on the same size vessels….in perspective the enterprise is about 140 feet long. Terry
Astounding! This image is so foreign to me – frozen alive! Absolutely fascinating!
Thank you very much!! It was a little cold that week!! Terry
Thank you!! Terry
What a great image, can’t imagine how cold it must get!
Thank you…Yes it can be a bit cold in the winter time!! Terry
Fu@% that looks cold. an fantastic image. Thanks for sharing.
Andrew, yes it was terribly cold that day. Thank you for taking the time to leave such a great comment!! Terry
I’m also a fan of the “Deadlist Catch” on Discovery, I am by now used to seeing the boats iced up like this. This is more of saying hats off to you guys out there doing what you do under those conditions, and then for taking some fine photographs to share with the rest of us also.
Wow! I have a few pictures of the Enterprise, but mostly from the inside. I was the Assistant Engineer for part of the season in 2006 on the Enterprise. Hard working crew, great people to work with. I couldn’t belive it when I saw it, I’m going to have to send off for a print soon. The only picture I have of the outside of the Enterprise was taken from a skiff when we were off loading to a tramper in Dutch Harbor.
Thanks, yes it is a great crew! Even though it is not the same company we fish with them mostly. That was a really chilly winter! Merry Christmas…..Terry