I hate museums that prohibit photography, especially if there is no real reason for it. This museum doesn't have any reason that I can see to prohibit photography - no old valuable paintings or anything that would be damaged by a flash or anything like that.
This was an attempt to get a picture of the oyster processing information, and the reflections in the glass make it very difficult.
"Look both ways before crossing the streets. Some of our citizens are more accustomed to driving boats than motor vehicles"
This is the warning on the walking tour map.
The second picture was taken as we were coming into the harbor. The big new building is on the right. There's a power boat going in ahead of us, one at the dock, and just visible on the lower left corner is a small boat coming toward us and looks like it is passing on the right. The channel is to the right of the big building. The fourth picture has the PWCs that are on lifts next to the condo.
The fifth picture has a crab pot (power boat) following us as we exited the harbor in 2008
The directions on the Walking Tour map say:
"Stay together and stand in the designated areas while in the packing houses. The owners are always looking for extra employees!!"
"Enjoy yourself and remember - DON'T BE CRABBY OR A WATERMAN "WILL GET YA!""
This is a picture of the seafood processing plant of
H. Glenwood Evans and Sons
P.O. Box 468
Crisfield, MD 21817