Wreck of the Allenwood, Birdie Beach

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Swansea, Australia

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Size Perfect for
Small 6 x 4 inch Coins/cash, Cards, Lip gloss, Keys
Medium 9.5 x 6 inch Phone, Pencils, Sunglasses, Cosmetics, Toiletries, Travel documents, Pocket camera
Large 12.5 x 8.5 inch Art supplies, Medicine, Stationery, iPad (most sizes), Tech accessories, Hair brush, Purse


  • Vibrant, high-quality double-sided prints that won’t fade
  • Durable 100% polyester canvas with a metal zipper. Fully lined for added strength
  • Various sizes perfect for holding coins, cards, phone, pencils, cosmetics
  • Cold machine wash and low tumble dry
  • Makes the perfect gift for family, friends, or yourself. (You deserve it.)

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Artist's Description

Sunrise shoot with Wazza, Sharon K, and John Morton. The wreck more exposed due to recent storms eroding the sand as shown by the ‘sand cliffs’ in the background. The ship the Allenwood sank in fog 14/9/1951 Link Nikon D800E, f11, 13sec, ISO100, 28mm. With John taking a shot, and Wazza behind a rock – lol!

Many thanks for being Featured in: Self Taught Photographers 17/3/13, Photographer in Action 17/4/13

Artwork Comments

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