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Tanker aground

By KingArthur
Last Friday night the Islands were hit by a severe Northerly gale with high winds and very rough seas. This bunkering ship caught out in the gale apparently headed for port to take shelter from the very rough seas but unfortunately ran aground in the process, and was tossed up the rocky foreshore battered with 6 meter high waves. Saturday morning presented me with an impressive sight of this ill-fated vessel with beautiful cumulus clouds serving as a pleasant backdrop. Hope you enjoy.

Joe Smile

Tags: Nikon d300 Shipwreck Coast Monochrome Foreshore Black and white Tanker Landscape and travel Stormy weather Nikkor 18-200VR Sea vessel

Voters: leo_nid, RayVG, debu and 22 more



leo_nid 6 12
14 Feb 2018 3:03PM
excellent contrasts and tonal work
debu 13 India
14 Feb 2018 3:16PM
Excellent work.
taggart Plus
18 47 15 United States
14 Feb 2018 6:23PM
How sad for the boat and company!
Maiwand 16 3 73 England
14 Feb 2018 7:51PM
It seems a pity that this lovely image is brought about by the ships misfortune Arthur. Love that sky however.
tonyguitar 11 77 37 Canada
15 Feb 2018 2:47AM
An important news story as weell as a brilliant B&W photograph. Those clouds do indeed add clout to this fine photo. Hope you can offer follow - up soon. TG
dales Plus
7 13 Australia
15 Feb 2018 4:59AM
Disaster for some good fortune for others !! Excellent capture of this beached vessel
Chinga Plus
12 120 3 United Kingdom
16 Feb 2018 11:34AM
You have captured the drama of this unfortunate boat...
Good photographic journalism image, Isabel
Fred263 11 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2018 12:34PM
Superb dramatic capture.
Agree with Isabel comments. Smile

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