Here’s a rough edit of a recording I made in July this year. It’s from the fish auction in Hanstholm - one of the most important fishing towns in Denmark.
Perched right on the shoulder of Jutland, between the North Sea and Jammerbugten, it’s home to some of the tougher Danes I know of.
The fish auction, which takes place daily, is for professional buyers only, but everyone is welcome to watch - provided you don’t get in the way.
In the clip, which was made with my Primo EM172 stealth rig (stereo A/B), you can hear buyers bidding, the auctioneer speed-talking (not too much though), forklifts whizzing to and fro with fish crates, and other noises.
More about this recording on my blog: