the Thomas Currell, Port Hutt by Tony Reid

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Tony Reid on October 28, 2008

Yay! A yellow Star!! Thanks Jazz!

Cheers, Tony

Bubbling Under

Tony Reid on November 22, 2008

My 13th shot to hit 1,000 views.

Cheers, Tony

Bubbling Under

Tony Reid on May 16, 2009

My 19th shot to pass 1,900 views

Cheers, Tony in NZ

Tony Reid on June 27, 2009

Thanks for your revisit, Jazz!

This is now my 21st shot to pass 2,000 views.

Cheers, Tony in New Zealand

Tony Reid on September 17, 2009

My 24th shot to pass 2424 views

Cheers, Tony in New Zealand

Tony Reid on December 1, 2009

My 26th shot to 2626 views

Cheers, Tony

Under a Hundred


Tony Reid on January 22, 2010

My 27th shot to pass 2727 views

Cheers, Tony

An Eclectic Mix


johncompton on June 7, 2010

Great photo. I went to NZ in 2008 and would dearly love to go back, especially to go to the Chatham Islands this time. I'm interested in the name of the photo - is this the wreck of the HMNZS Thomas Currell? According to Wikipedia she was a minesweeper in WW2, and a trawler before that, so I'm amazed how intact the wreck is. Sad to see it slowly decaying away in such a remote part of the world though, as beautiful as this photo is.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on September 14, 2011

Greetings Tony~~~;) I found this interesting shot whilst browsing through tags!

If you fancy posting this shot and any other ship wreck photos to the Group SHIP WRECKS AND MARITIME INCIDENTS please feel free to do so!

Friendly greetings ;)

Jim

Tony Reid on September 14, 2011

Will do, Jim.


Cheers, Tony in New Zealand

Tony Graham on January 24, 2012

Wow, very very impressive shot. I worked down there myself for a year in 1981/1982 and this is the one photo in my collection that I cannot find, as I want to scan it! From memory it was taken in foggy weather, so I would love to find it again!

Tony Reid on January 25, 2012

Hi nztony, thanks forthe comment. I hope you find the photo and can scan it in. Love to see it.

Maybe you could join the Chatham Islands group here on Panoramio.

Cheers, Tony in NZ

PhilBee NZ on March 28, 2012

LUV your shot, Tony!
There're very few "intact" wrecks left on mainland NZ to photograph...I guess the Chathams are just a bit too far for a day trip!!
Thanx for posting!

Tom Salomonsen on May 11, 2012

Nice rusty boat :-)

Tony Reid on July 8, 2012

Thanks for the comments, Phil and Tom!


Cheers, Tony in New Zealand

GasGasL€X on July 19, 2013

That's a fine capture, always interesting to find these maritime wrecks. Cheers -Lex

Bakos ART on November 20, 2013

What a beautiful old rusty boat and amazing photo! It is a pleasure visiting your gallery with full of superb images, I can see you like traveling a lot and have been to many fantastic places! :) LIKEd this one also put it on my FAVOURITE list :) All the best from Hungary - M Y B E S T p h o t o s Tom

DB Thats-Me on September 23, 2014

Are you aware that Panoramio is CLOSING!! To prevent great shots like this being lost to a wider audience, there is an on-line petition to try and prevent this happening. the link is;

Google: Keep The Panoramio Community Alive

    Petition by

    Panoramio Founders Joaquín, Jose and Eduardo

http://www.change.org/p/google-google-keep-the-panoramio-community-alive#share

Cheers, DB.

Emre Atan on September 25, 2014

Bu tarz resimler gerçekten beni etkiliyor. Evimi taşıtacağım Bursa Asansörlü Nakliyat firması evimi taşırken bu tarz resimlere bakmak çok eğlenceli.

Emre Atan on September 25, 2014

Fotoğraf çok güzel. Satın aldığım İş Elbiselerinin gelmesini beklerken bakmak çok güzel. :)

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Photo taken in Port Hutt Road, Chatham Islands, New Zealand

Photo details

  • Uploaded on March 14, 2008
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Tony Reid
    • Camera: Canon EOS 300D DIGITAL
    • Taken on 2005/12/01 10:47:48
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 38.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/10.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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