Lobstah Ice Cream

I love lobstah…but Ice cream?  Let’s just say, I am glad I am lactose intolerant.

But they also had great fudge!


7 thoughts on “Lobstah Ice Cream

  1. If the lens was the only thing you changed and none of your cameras settings, then it’s the quality of the lens.

    You don’t need to spend a lot for a quality lens. The Nikon 50mm f/1.8 and the next 35mm f/1.8 are two examples of high quality and bargain pricing.

    BTW, I’d try some Lobster ice cream. 🙂

  2. Dude! I know exactly where you were (LOVE that shop…candy and ice cream all wrapped up in one cozy place) and I’ve had the lobstah ice cream there at least twice (umm, not in the same visit). As disgusting as it sounds (vanilla with chunks o lobstah meat and pats of buttah) it was shockingly good. Some shops have lobster ice cream that has sweet little harmless candy lobsters in it, but that place is the real deal.

    See, now the fisheye works for me in these because they are wicked fun shots. Get it? WICKED fun. Cracking myself up.

  3. Okay, ummm…I would’ve *thought* about trying the lobster ice cream BEFORE Renae told me it actually had chunks of lobster and butter in it! I think I just threw up a little. 😉

    However, those photos are mah-velous dah-ling, and the fudge??? BRING IT ON!

  4. Okay Renae and I grew up together – literally down the road from each other- so we both use that interesting New England modifier “wicked” but I’m totally missing Renae’s joke. Can someone help me out? I must be missing something?

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