Crab on a stick

In what will be the first of probably way too many photos from my summer vacation, I give you “Crab on a stick.” This guy was wandering across the drive way at the beach house we stayed at in Ocracoke, part of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Wave a lolly pop stick in front of him, and presto! Crab on a stick!

Comments

  1. Al says:

    Heh heh, what a fab photo! Great perspective and shallow depth of field - and a great, comical shot!
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  2. Great photo - it really made me smile. Certainly one determined crab. snap snap.

  3. Noster says:

    Very creative work.
    A appreciate it so much.
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  4. Betsy says:

    That is too funny!! But where is his other claw?

  5. James Lee says:

    Thanks for the comments, all!

    Betsy - this was one of those crabs with one huge claw and one tiny one. His small claw is the yellow arm on the opposite side, and has a few grains of sand stuck to it, so you can barely tell it’s a claw at all.

  6. PMP says:

    great pics and i really loved the one with the crab ;)

  7. Tian Zhe says:

    A lovely crab!!

  8. sarah mia says:

    That’s pretty impressive :) my contract doesn’t expire until next June *sob*

  9. James Lee says:

    (sarah mia is replying to my tweet about this post where I talked about how sharp the detail is for an iPhone 4 photo)

    You could always do what I did. Take a perfectly good iPhone 3Gs and submerge it in water so that the screen no longer works, then figure out how to creatively obtain a new phone (regardless of the contract).

    …ouch.

  10. Tamara @ beetlejuice costume says:

    Hi James thanks for sharing this funny photo of yours. I like your unique taste of art. By the way what happen to the crab hehehe.

  11. donnie says:

    I think you are the new “Crocodile Hunter”… er… at least the “Crab Hunter”, I reckon. Crikey!
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  12. Ben says:

    This photo was really unique and it is quite funny and cute. And you captured it right and very clear. I wonder what kind of crab is that, only one big claw and it has tiny one. Can we eat that kind of crab, it looks delicious!

  13. James Lee says:

    Oh, he just fell off and scuttled away.

    Too small to eat - his body was smaller than a golf ball.

  14. Vishal @ Oxfordshire Accountants says:

    Thats’ a fab photo! check this: http://www.cosmoscopics.com/worldofinsects/index.html - the 5th photo in that folder…

  15. James Lee says:

    Oooo… moth on a stick. :) That’s some quality insect photography there.

  16. Vishal @ Oxfordshire Accountants says:

    That’s my best friend’s work up there..he doesn’t knwow how to make money from it…guess he is too lazy! an artist but not a salesman..is what he says!:D

  17. Is that crab is taking a cigarette?

  18. James Lee says:

    I haven’t figured it out, either. I think this site has made $18 since I started it… :-p

  19. Vishal @ Accounting Outsourcing says:

    :D .

  20. Jima says:

    Nice photo the crab protect its life by biting the stick because that is an instinct of a crab.
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  21. Liza Baker says:

    This is funny photo crab on stick, I think it is ready to cook………nice and clear photo. Thank you for sharing us.
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  22. Amazing photo it’s better two crabs in the edges of the stick.
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