Sea Freeze, Tuna Processing.

After the walk around the harbour and meeting with the fishermen, we visited the Sea Freeze processing plant, which smacked of hygiene, respect and professionalism.

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Stacking the fish in the huge cooling room for storage.

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These beautiful yellow fin tuna were destined for the tinned can market. Seemed a pity to shred them into such small pieces. I see much beauty in the shimmer.

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One of the workers washing down outside.

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As much as I recognise that all is right with this business, I find it incredibly difficult to see the fish dead. Wish I had arrived on time and was able to free them all back into the Ocean. But hey, that’s just me.

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