Remains of the 344-ton Irish Trader, of Hartlepool, grounded in 1974 en route from Sharpness to Drogheda with a cargo of fertiliser.
It looks at me, but to proud to ask for help
Hi A Minten. Thanks for visiting,it does indeed retain a dignified look despite being stripped slowly by the tides for almost 40 years now. Regards.
Thank you,Kyriakos 11.
Impressive perspective, Great wiew, L 21. I add you to my Favorite photographers. Warm wishes from Bal. Piçarras, Brazil.
Thank you for your kind comments,Aldo.
Beautiful decay photo Jack, compliments for the whole galery, you are a great inspiration (I'm still developing my photo skills & editing style)
L + F 12/22
Kind regards from the Netherlands
I'm honored by your lovely comments,Brabo. After returning to this hobby after some years away,I am also trying to expand my knowledge and style.I am very much enjoying this process of trying different things and delighted to receive feedback.
Superb shot. L+F
Greetings from Japan, Kijimuna
Thank you very much, Kijimuna.
Shipwrecks offer some of the best opportunities to produce memorable images. Lovely work here!. Regards -lex
Would deffo agree,Lex.This one will be gone before too long,have watched it getting smaller as the years go by.
Nádherný vrak a úžasné foto
Many many thanks for your visit and kind comments,Slávka.
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Photo taken in 1 The Links, Seapoint, Termonfeckin, Co. Louth, Ireland
Misplaced? Suggest new location