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.
Stacking the fish in the huge cooling room for storage.
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.
One of the workers washing down outside.
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.