Shot with a D800 & 24-120mm lens at Woody Point, QLD – Australia.
The Gayundah was purposely run aground in 1958 to act as a breakwater – the cliffs just to the right of this image still show considerable erosion mostly formed before the ship was sunk to help protect them.
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