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Well, whatever the story. . . it is still kind of cool looking! :)I have seen the problems that drinking on land can cause! Probably worse at sea. . . since there is no way to get away from it!
I don't know what happened to this ship, Liza. You can tell she's been aground for a good while. It looks like an easy place to drag her off the beach and I think that she would have been salvaged!I've seen the problems that drinking at sea can cause!! :-((
I wondered if it could be salvaged. So it lives again!!! I love that!!! Do you know if this ship stayed there, because it is kind of cool looking! Mechanical failure? There are NO accidents. Everything happens for a reason. Someone wasn't paying attention, and whichever part of it created this "interesting" result, whoever was in charge of that part of the ship, was getting a "wake-up" call. . . much to the chagrin of the captain!!!(Okay, so maybe there was no rum involved! . . . or maybe there was!!!) LOL!!!
I agree, Liza! This ship is beyond repair, so it will be scrapped, melted down and have a new life as..................Who knows? So it lives again.Most of the strandings like this are caused by mechanical failure but I don't know the story behink this ship!
Sometimes you have to look deep for that. Everything negative that happens has a gift to offer.From my perspective, the ship is surrounded by beauty. What could be more wonderful!From this ship's perspective, because it ran aground everyone has noticed it when before it was just another ship. Perhaps it will get some much needed attention in repairs, if it is salvageable. From the captain's perspective, OMG!!! either he needs to quit drinking on the job LOL!!! or he needs to pay attention to something in his life that is urgently calling for his attention, whether it be his crew (his resources), the weather (his emotions), his location (where he is in his life) or the ocean floor (his foundation). It would be a huge wake-up call for him to be more aware. It takes great wisdom to be able to find the gift in ALL things that happen. :)
Not sure what the "silver lining" is for the ship!!
"Every cloud has a silver lining!" : )
You liked it cos of the colours?!!
I could but......................!! Perhaps I will, Ellen.
Yes, Kathy, a lovely pic of a sad event.
Hi, Ellen. No I didn't take these pics. When I was at sea I did take loads of photos of all the tows and salvages we did but they are not digital. I know I could get them digitised but.................
Haunting, beautiful image... Thanks!