A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Saturday 1 November 2014

Disappearing Landmark

There's so little of it left that it's hard to believe that it's still a landmark, but those jagged black bits which breach the surface of the water, are all that remains of the iconic wreck of the SS Dicky, the ship from which the beach derives its name.

The other bits have been removed for preservation apparently, but I am yet to find out their present whereabouts.

Dicky Beach

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Hull and Hereabouts said...

Not sure I'd get on a ship called Dicky.

RedPat said...

Interesting choice! A landmark that has taken flight. ;-)

William Kendall said...

It doesn't take long for wave action to do damage to a stranded boat.

Annie said...

Gosh, they have made it even more dangerous. I thought they were going to take the whole thing away, maybe they found it a little difficult. It will probably pop up again in a park nearby somewhere sometime! ;-)

Tanya Breese said...

what an interesting post...beautiful beach!

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