I'm cheating a bit with this one, i.e. posting it a day late yet dating it the 10th, but I thought it would be a good one to fill the gap between the two night shots of the wrecks. In this one you can see Paul on his side of the roof with the shore in the distance behind him. Fortunately, it was already past high-tide at this point so, despite both being absolutely frozen, we were beginning to relax a little in the knowledge that we weren't about to a) be submerged, or b) make total fools of ourselves by calling the coast guard ;-)

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12.44am on 9/9/06
Canon 20D
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high and dry / 10 September, 2006 [click for previous image: wyre wreck #9]
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