The Sygna

Posted: June 24, 2010 in Uncategorized

The Sygna Wreck, Stockton Beach

The Sygna was washed up on Stockton beach a gazillion years ago….. not sure exactly when but it was a while back and its slowly but surely rusting away. I used to go surfing here a bit but after flying over in a chopper and seeing a few sharks that seemed to be living rite near the boat, no more surfing here for me ! !

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Comments
  1. True North Mark says:

    Oh common mate…where’s your sense of adventure!

  2. Rod Thomas says:

    It certsinly aint in their mouths mate, too many of em too close to shore, I reckon I counted about 5 of the f*ckers within a 200 mtr stretch only about 50 mtrs from shore….

  3. Andrew Brown says:

    Looks good Rod. The clear blue sky works very well with this image. I’d be leaving the wreck to the friggin sharks too!

  4. Awesome wave movement. A little wild on the saturation but I guess that’s scanned Velvia for ya 🙂 Caaaarn, get in the water and capture a few shark images for us, Mr. Incredible!

  5. rodthomas says:

    Thans guys, and Andrew, yeah the sharks can have this all to them selves huh.. .Albert, it looks a bit crazy here but in print its pretty damn nice huh….

  6. Hey Rod,

    Is this ship just North of Newcastle? A certain someone emailed me today saying that he is going to try and hit Sydney as well. 🙂

    Jamie

  7. rodthomas says:

    Just north mate, yeah, and u need a 4WD to get there ( which I can easily arrange ).. come on up, we can go into Barringtons or somewhere else around the beach as well if ya want… Ill talk to you later on huh

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