These relics seem to have been here since Adam put salt in the sea. This was taken at dawn on the South Coast, NSW, Australia
307 views at 4 October 2012

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Camera: Canon 40D EOS
Lens: Sigma 18-200mm ISO 250, F20, 1/100 sec

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  • andy551
    andy551over 2 years ago

    Great Work very beautiful !!!!!

  • Hey Andy, glad you liked the old relics. Thanks for the comment and fav.

    – Chris Brunton

  • EbyArts
    EbyArtsover 2 years ago

    Wonderful find. Beautifully captured.

  • Thanks for the wonderful comment. Much appreciated.

    – Chris Brunton

  • Rivendell7
    Rivendell7over 2 years ago

    Wonderful capture, Christina!! I luuuve rust! In UK there is a photography set dedicated to pictures of the latter, it is so photogenic! Super capture.

  • Thanks Dave for the lovely comments. I have done a number of rust photos now. Thanks for dropping by, Much appreciated.

    – Chris Brunton

  • rjcolby
    rjcolbyover 2 years ago

    This is very cool Christina. I had to laugh with the title plus your name, as is looks as if you’ve been rather busy with your broom… :)

  • Thanks for your comments Dick … I didn’t do any sweeping that day! But I was pleased that the old cartwheels had been swept ashore as there were a swag of them.

    – Chris Brunton

  • rjcolby
    rjcolbyover 2 years ago

    I wonder the age of them. They do look solidly built to have survived the battering they much have encountered getting there. Outlasted the ship that carried them anyway.

  • I wonder about the age of them as well as I don’t know. They have remained intact anyway.

    – Chris Brunton

  • Gabrielle  Lees
    Gabrielle Leesover 2 years ago

    Oh WOW what a find Christina! :) I’m quite surprised that no one has taken these home? :)) Are they wood? HOw cool!

  • Yes, they are wood. Luckily for me they hadn’t been taken home. I was too busy taking photos that the thought hadn’t crossed my mind!

    – Chris Brunton

  • starwarsguy
    starwarsguyover 2 years ago

    Great photo.

  • Thanks for the comment and for dropping by. Much appreciated.

    – Chris Brunton

  • William Bullimore
    William Bullimoreover 2 years ago

    Wonderful image. Bravo.

  • Thank you for your lovely comment and also for hitting the fav button. Much appreciated.

    – Chris Brunton

  • Jill Hyland
    Jill Hylandover 2 years ago


  • Thanks for dropping by and commenting and for the favs.

    – Chris Brunton

  • Sheryl Gerhard
    Sheryl Gerhardover 2 years ago

    This is really terrific, Christina!!

  • Hi there Sheryl. Thought it might suit your group. Thanks for the lovely comment and for the fave.

    – Chris Brunton

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