North Atlantic Scallops

Winter scalloping in the North Atlantic ocean is for the salty soul. With whipping winds and subfreezing temperatures, gathering the bounty is a daunting task.

I once again headed out with the F/V Rimrack crew for my favorite catch, scallops. The weather this year was much colder than last year. This time around, we cast off with the raw temperature in the single digits and the wind whipping it right down. The Atlantic was hovering just over freezing.

I took out my Plaubel-Makina with Fuji Pro 400H this time to give the images a different look from past adventures with them. (Leica M2 with Portra 400, Leica M3 with Portra 400, Leica M2 with Cinestill 50D) This round was more about the images than the words, so without further ado, here you go: