SS Dickey - Still Being Pounded By Waves

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The skeletal remains of the 96 foot SS Dickey sit on Dicky Beach (note no "e") on Queenslands Sunshine Coast.In 1893 she was forced aground by a Force 11 gale & pounding seas after her Master John Beattie mistook a wrong headland. The local council carry out maintenance work on her applying protective coatings to her rusting skeleton hoping to prolong her life as a tourist attraction.

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Peter van Lom on April 4, 2014

F&L; Cheers...

Peter Harig on August 1

eine ganz starke Aufnahme !

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schöne Grüße aus Bernburg

Alexkarl on August 16

Breathtaking composition!!! LIKE & FAV!

Best regards, have a nice weekend Alexandra & Karl-Heinz

Fred Quader on August 21

L 23,F 15, beautyfull !! Have a nice day ! :)

Sometimes can withstand easily the beats of a hard sea.it´s a mistery --25/17--AnaM ---PD --I'm delayed in answers because I'm testing G + - There are enough dialogue there which takes longer. Do you want to try how it goes there?

Ge Ko on December 9

A very successful composition of the image!

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Greetings from Germany,

Ge Ko

that one deserves standing ovations, dear jack! :-), l, f, marc

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  • Uploaded on June 19, 2012
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    by jack hardy
    • Camera: OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. E-620
    • Taken on 2012/06/16 20:39:47
    • Exposure: 20.000s
    • Focal Length: 31.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/22.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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