Floating Forest in Sydney. This large body steamer SS Ayrfield, who decided to make out in Homebush Bay, Australia, after the Second World War. But when the shipyard closed, this ship, as well as several others, have remained where they were abandoned.
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Andy Brii . 'Mortlake Bank' wreck in Homebush Bay. The'Mortlake Bank' was a ' 60 miler' collier taking coal from Newcastle, NSW to the Australian GasLight Company works at Mortlake, NSW. The ship of 1375 tons, was built by Swan Hunter at Wallsend, England in 1924 and scrapped in Oct 1972. The ship now supports a magnificent mangrove colony. 22 de abril, 2009 en Homebush Bay, Sydney, NSW, Australia, con AgfaPhoto Compact 100.
This incredible floating forest off the coast of Sydney is the result of 102 years of mangrove tree growth in Homebush Bay. The SS Aryfield is an abandoned ship used in WWII that was left in the bay to deteriorate after the ship wrecking yard closed down. The massive ship’s rusty hull is now home to lush vegetation, including full-grown mangrove trees