Introducing Misty Shipwreck on the Beach Landscape Photograph to Our Gallery

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Misty Shipwreck on the Beach

Misty Shipwreck on the Beach is a beautiful, dream like landscape photograph of an old timber with steel rods protruding out of the sand. The ruins were uncovered after heavy storm water washed away about 14 inches of sand off of the beach at Cape Hatteras, Outer Banks, North Carolina. The remains resemble the Keel of an old wooden ship.

Misty Shipwreck on the Beach is a beautiful, dream like landscape photograph of an old timber with steel rods protruding out of the sand. The ruins were uncovered after heavy storm water washed away about 14 inches of sand off of the beach at Cape Hatteras, Outer Banks, North Carolina. The remains resemble the Keel of an old wooden ship. This image is part of the Daily Posts: Weekly Photo Challenge: Landscape

Title: Misty Shipwreck on the Beach
Photographer: Melissa Fague
Genre: Landscape Photography
Item ID#: LAND-0133

Misty Shipwreck on the Beach is a beautiful, dream like landscape photograph of an old timber with steel rods protruding out of the sand. The ruins were uncovered after heavy storm water washed away about 14 inches of sand off of the beach at Cape Hatteras, Outer Banks, North Carolina. The remains resemble the Keel of an old wooden ship. Misty Shipwreck on the Beach is a beautiful, dream like landscape photograph of an old timber with steel rods protruding out of the sand. The ruins were uncovered after heavy storm water washed away about 14 inches of sand off of the beach at Cape Hatteras, Outer Banks, North Carolina. The remains resemble the Keel of an old wooden ship.

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