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Shipwreck by KrzysztofJedrzejak Shipwreck by KrzysztofJedrzejak
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lintu47 Jan 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello :wave:
You have been featured in #ArtHistoryProject's Thoughts about Photography article.
Have a nice day :dalove:
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:iconkrzysztofjedrzejak:
Thank You so much!
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lintu47 Jan 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
My pleasure :happybounce:
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Wembley75 Jan 7, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Superb capture.
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:iconkrzysztofjedrzejak:
Thank You so much!
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ZokArt1 Jan 5, 2013   Photographer
amazing image!
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:iconkrzysztofjedrzejak:
Thanks!
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I know it! ;))))))
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I know that You know;)
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Eisenmann87 Dec 25, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
The surface wreck of the TEMPLE HALL cargo ship in a little bay between Costa Teguise and Arrecife on the island of Lanzarote.

The TEMPLE HALL was built in 1953 by the Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd. in Dundee, Scotland.

Owned by the Temple Steam Ship Company until 1969 then sold to Demetrios P. Margaronis & Sons, renamed to PANTELIS.
Sold in 1970 to the Cia. Naviera Para Viajes Sud Amerika SA, sold again in 1977 to K. Mitsotakis & Sons and was renamed to TELAMON.

In 1981 the TELAMON was on its way from San Pédro(ivory coast) to Thessaloniki(greece) with a load of logs when near Lanzarote several leaks in the hull occured during a storm. The TELAMON was not allowed to enter the Arrecife harbor, because the port authority was afraid that the ship would sink and block the entire harbor. A fishing boat towed the TELAMON into the bay where it sunk on the 31st October 1981. Later the ship broke apart in the storm and was completely abandoned.
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