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Dungeness Crab - 2005-03-26  
Dungeness Crab at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco.


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Camera: Canon 20D, Lens: Canon 28-135mm IS
Keywords: Dungeness Crabs
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I borrow this one for my site.
Un grand merci.

I will be uploading this photo to our site..we sell commercial seafoods.
Posted by Shelley at 9:30 PM EST on Oct 30th, '05

Thank you - I was on holiday here and didn't take enough photos - have a talk to give and will use this in my presentation.

I will be using the photo in our mailer for our crab feed. I will credit your page as requested. We are a non-profit club that raise salmon in the SF Bay for the enhancement of sport and commercial fishing. We raise the salmon from 50 to a pound to 3 to a pound then let them go.

Thanks!