Blue Claw

blue claw© 2013 Michael Fiveson

For those of you who were hoping for a blue claw, hope no more. I would like to have seen the rest of this crab, but alas I only found a claw. You may call me clueless, if you must, but do not call me clawless. Or silly. Photo taken on Copano Bridge Pier, Texas.

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28 thoughts on “Blue Claw

  1. Excellent image, Mike. The small one doesn’t do it justice, though. Once I embiggened it I saw the detail and texture of it — a simple image but so good. (Tasty too. How many claws does it take to make some crab cakes?)

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    • You embiggened it, eh? Glad you did. To answer your question, it takes 7012 claws to make a decent crab cake, and when you are done you generally need 131 stitches. And thank you Frank.

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  2. Blue crabs are so tasty. Back here on the Chesapeake Bay, they are gone for the winter, but once they come back in the summer – they are steamed in beer, seasoned with Old Bay and eaten fresh from the pot with corn on the cob and more beer.

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