I went for a ride up to Mostyn, North Wales, a couple of weeks ago now, specifically to take some shots of the old Duke of Lancaster passenger ferry which has been sat there rotting since the 80s now. I've passed this ship hundreds of times in the past on my way into Wales, but only recently had the idea, inclination and means to go there and explore. Quite a creepy place, I have to admit. The boat isn't accessible, but makeshift gangways have been erected, so I presume people have been inside recently. I explored up to the right on the other side of the dock, spotting some large rocks I thought would make a brilliant setting to compose the ship on top of, giving the impression of an unfortunate crash, rather than the slightly-more-boring concreted-in real version of events. Taken at f/16 at 1/15sec on a 40D with a 17-55mm lens at 20mm, ISO 100 on a 055XPROB tripod. Hope you enjoy it. It was certainly an interesting sight and experience for me.