Sunk Boats Frozen in Ice and Time

Monday, 25 February 2008
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Sunken Ship

 

Abandoned Ship



I love the blog English Russia. Their tag line is, "Just because something cool happens daily on 1/6 of the earths surface". Rarely does it ever have anything to do with canoes or kayaks but who cares when they post photos like the ones above. I love big rusty stuff and there is a lot of that in different parts of Russia.


The link has a great collection of photos of abandoned ships half sunk in the ice that were taken somewhere near Kamchatka, Russia.

There is something about abandoned boats that completely scare me. I fully expect something scary to jump out and eat me even these are only photos. Don't tell anybody but I also have a hard time watching the cool boat search scene from the movie, "The Usual Suspects".

Sunken Ship

 

Abandoned Ship



I love the blog English Russia. Their tag line is, "Just because something cool happens daily on 1/6 of the earths surface". Rarely does it ever have anything to do with canoes or kayaks but who cares when they post photos like the ones above. I love big rusty stuff and there is a lot of that in different parts of Russia.


The link has a great collection of photos of abandoned ships half sunk in the ice that were taken somewhere near Kamchatka, Russia.

There is something about abandoned boats that completely scare me. I fully expect something scary to jump out and eat me even these are only photos. Don't tell anybody but I also have a hard time watching the cool boat search scene from the movie, "The Usual Suspects".

David Johnston

David Johnston

David Johnston has been introducing people to the sport of sea kayaking for the past 15 years. He is a senior instructor trainer with Paddle Canada and teaches for several paddling schools in Ontario, Canada. Full Bio.

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