Photo Hunt #18: Breakfast


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Crab for breakfast? Must be crab season in the bay. This poor crab got caught in our net and he's too small to clear the size requirements we were going to throw him back in the bay. But as you can see a hungry stomach cannot be denied. He snatched the poor crab and ran away. I ran after him, not to retrieve the crab, but to take a photo. Little did I know, this one's a photo hunt entry. Lucky me.

As for me, this is what I want for breakfast (even lunch and dinner), but my husband won't let me.

Happy photo hunting every one. Happy weekend.

Comments

  1. I say: A very successful photo hunt! Great shot!

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  2. That's a great shot and a different b'fast :)

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  3. That's a great breakfast shot you have this week. Truly beautiful :)

    http://crizcats.blogspot.com/

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  4. Great pic! But I would not want that for breakfast! :)

    My Photo hunt entry is here

    Please stop by if you have a moment and check it out :)

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  5. I have never had crabs for breakfast.

    Craps, yes. At morning meetings. haha.....

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  6. Get off with you your pulling my leg :-)
    Great capture and have a great weekend.
    I will be out partying all weekend when I should be trying to get rid of this darn cold of mine.

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  7. It beats me why you would want seagull for all 3 meals a day. I think your guy is just protecting you from a bad experience :-)

    Great skywatch pic you have.

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  8. Smart seagull! Nice capture.

    Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comments. Have a great weekend!

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  9. That's a great shot and perfect for the theme too.

    You asked about whether blueberries were plentiful in my area. There are quite a lot of growers but they are pretty expensive. Fresh ones where I live are usually harvested around July (a little earlier in the eastern part of my state) and by August they are pretty much done. I've been lucky to have blueberry bushes that I could pick from at home since they are expensive. Sad that after 20 years they were severely damaged by drought but I did get 20 years of harvests from them so I guess I'm lucky.

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  10. Crikey!

    I just ate my waffle with maple syrup and I have my cappuccino made, ready to sip. :)

    http://lesliesmyers.blogspot.com/2008/12/photohunt-breakfast-sorrento.html

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  11. Maria, I have been so busy, I have a full time job right now, 40 hours a week, thanks for visiting my blog, and now I see the most beautiful pictures on you blog, a joy for the eye as to say.
    My time on Internet is limited so everu once in a while I visit my friends and put a comment down.
    Have a great weekend, talk to you later.

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  12. Perfect photohunt for breakfast but not my taste as I usually eat vegetarian food.
    Have a great weekend.

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  13. LOL! Breakfast gives us energy... Perfect choice for today's theme... Hope you'll visit mine too.. Happy weekend!

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  14. Well caught.

    Don't think the crab would manage without all his legs - I guess this was a mercy killing!!!!

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  15. The seagull had a great breakfast that day!! : )

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  16. Poor crab. But, it's a nice shot.

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  17. I love crabs. I hope I can trade the bird's crab with the sunflower seeds... :)

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  18. Oh this is such a great choice! I've seen a segal with a starfish in his mouth, something you don't see often either.. How unique!

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  19. That is a beautiful photo. I smiled as soon as I saw it :)

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  20. That was quick in grabbing some hold of that little crab :) Survival skills I guess :P

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  21. This is a great take on the theme. Poor little crab... and yes, I saw what your husband won't let you have..LOL

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  22. Hahaha re what you want for breakfast! Re the bird: didn't realize birds ate crabs!

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  23. That's a terrific shot and perfect entry for the theme. The crab must have thought he was lucky when you let him go but too bad a bird was lurking to seize him.

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  24. Now that is clever...Have a very Happy Weekend...

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  25. Oh my what a fantastic shot!! wow this is awesome!!

    http://shinade.blogspot.com/2008/12/photohunt-breakfast-with-santa.html

    Happy hunting:-)

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  26. lucky was camera was handy. great entry

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  27. beautiful photo! thanks for sharing!

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  28. Great take on the theme! Happy weekend

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  29. Poor little crab! I don't think Crab is good for breakfast. Haha

    Have a nice weekend.

    www.victorkiu.com

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  30. lol. i cud understand your husband completely.

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  31. Great shot! Perfect for the theme today. Glad you caught it before he flew off to have his breakfast. (I like your choice for breakfast too and can see why you hubby says, "no!")

    Great job on The Hunt!

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  32. Oh what a great shot!!!

    Happy Weekend.

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  33. Great capture for you and the bird. You shoud have had the crab for breakfast!

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  34. Oh such a beautiful shot. happy weekend.

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  35. Very interesting shot! It's one of a kind!

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  36. Is that the guy from Prison Break? LOL

    Anyway, nice seagull photo. :)

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  37. Your husband is jealous? ;-)

    Nice capture...

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  38. Great pic! Worth chasing after him!

    I played too :)

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  39. Oh poor crab! It sure is not good to be someone else's breakfast!

    Bu hey, we want the same guy for breakfast! Hehehe...and dinner and lunch...

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  40. Nice shot. I wondered if the seagull prefer them with chilli, lol.

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  41. Great capture for you both!The bird got a meal and you the photo!

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  42. Yuck shell and all. A cast iron stomach for sure.

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  43. those beaks can hold crabs. amazing birds.

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  44. what a breakfast/ i love it with coconut milk and kamias :P

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  45. This is an amusing photo. Katuwa and literally a 'nice catch'

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