Thank you Bunea!
I am glad you like it.
Greetings from Canada, Sylvie
excelente fotografia, es muy original.-
Yellow Star directo a mis favoritas.-
¡Hola José Luis!
Muchas gracias, me alegro que te guste.
Gracias por ponerla entre tus favoritas.
Un cordial saludo desde Canadá, Sylvie
-WOW!!! VERY INTERESTING SHOT!!!! WAS THIS SHIP IN WORLD WAR????_______________________________________________________!We invite you in our CONTEST FEBRUARY_
Thank you Wermut
It is the remain of a vessel "The Sweepstakes. The 36.3 metres vessel was a two masted, centreboard schooner, built in 1867. In the fall of 1885 she ran aground near Cove Island lighthouse,the crew rescued by the lightkeeper. Her hull is nearly intact with the top deck 2 metres below the surface and a section of railing and the windlass used for hauling the anchors can be seen at the bow. It is the last remaining exemple of a nineteenth century schooner. This is a part of the story they told me. Sylvie
this is the best picture on paromino:) love it
Que tremenda foto, por que lo undieron? saludos desde MEXICO.
Thank you Bunea!!
I am glad you like it!
Me alegro que te guste.
Un saludo, Sylvie
bravo! nice photo
Very good photo! greetings from Hungary, Tom
Excellent photograph. Excellent explanation.
Greetings from Ontario Canada
Thank you liuhs and Jay_lu.
Köszönöm Tom, Üdv, Sylvie
Thank you Steven.
Interesting picture, it must be a very nice place for diveing.Was there any treasure on the board?
Greetings from Slovakia
Votre photo est une totale réussite Syl et elle est impressionnante. beau coup d'oeil.
Very interesting shot.
This is an awesome shot! It's so cool!!
Interesting photo, did the boading crew survives?
Ufff, I felt very uncomfortable at the first moment, but the photo is nice and interesting. Greetings from Croatia
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Photo taken in Fathom Five National Marine Park, Northern Bruce Peninsula, ON, Canada
Misplaced? Suggest new location