A Giant resting in nature!

in Amazing Naturelast month (edited)

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She spent her life riding on the seven seas and now serves another purpose.

We were driving along a road yesterday that is surrounded by plots of land cultivated for many purposes. Our destination was a nursery on one of the plots where they sell chili tomato plants.

Along the road we passed this sight and I decided to investigate, as it looked like a ship.
Of course I asked for permission to take photos.
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There you can see the old wheel house.
How many stood on that little balcony above to watch the beauty of the ocean?
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The ship is now riding on land in nature and at the back I saw that this fence with doors was installed.
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It looked like some kind of cage to maybe keep guard dogs in.
You can also see the thick original ship steel door inside.
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Air circulation fans in the hull?
This would surely have sunk the ship on the sea.
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Built with bricks and windows means that it was added after the ship came to rest here.
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Finally, just to show you the size of this "little" boat.
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Metamorphosis means a change of form and in this case it is a change of purpose. Who would think that a solid sea ship, upon retirement can serve as a very secure store and workshop.
Of course I had other ideas, as I would have converted the ship into a home for us to sit and stare at the mountains and the sea all day.

And That's All Friends.

Note: All photos are my own and taken with a Canon Powershot SX60, bridge camera.

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WOW, it reminds me of the abandoned mining equipment you can find around the Ruhr-Area in Germany. Mysterious machines, where it's hard to tell what they were for. The photographer Juergen Reichmann is photographing them here.

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Thank you for sharing this impression, @papilloncharity !

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Thank you for the kind notice my friend!

29500 replies, WOW! mine would be 29501 -- a nice round-up

well, I just wanted to congratulate you with the Torch-habdler status
and I like this ship resting in peace, that is my sort of stuff.
tho actually I have serious doubts it is one of Amazing Nature miracles

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Amazing how close we run together here on Hive in the replies @qwerrie.
Thank you for the congratulations.
No, that ship is certainly not an #amazingnature miracle and maybe I should have said that one day nature will reclaim that ship, as it will rust away hahahah.

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