S.S. Atlantus

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© Caitlin Stewart
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UploadedFebruary 19, 2008
TakenFebruary 17, 2008
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
Exposure1/400 sec at f/14
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length70 mm
ISO1600
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Once a beautiful vessel, now a haunting site. In this photograph, you can see the remains of the S.S. Atlantus. Also referred to as the floating tombstone by many seamen who once served on this ship. There are a handful of stories as to what had happened to this ship and why half of its remains peak out of the ocean's surface right off of the crashing surf of Cape May Point in New Jersey. Whether it be a simple failure because of its concrete makeup or a terrifying ghost story that brought this massive ship down, the remains are an eerie site to see.

7 responses

  • Mirko Zorz

    Mirko Zorz (Deleted) gave props (19 Feb 2008):

    Quite apocalyptic. Amazing!

  • tom healy

    tom healy (Deleted) said (19 Feb 2008):

    it's an eerie photo

  • seanie blue

    seanie blue gave props (21 Feb 2008):

    100% more eerie thanks to the accompanying story. thanks!

  • Tami June

    Tami June said (21 Feb 2008):

    And I must say I'm a little jealous...very nice shot I like the angle you took it from. PS. how much do you love that place? : )

  • Nelson Campbell

    Nelson Campbell (Deleted) gave props (24 Feb 2008):

    Interesting info - and yes - haunting and eerie.

  • Mari Sabino

    Mari Sabino said (14 Apr 2008):

    like a fist hoisted up by some mysterious momentum - good work!

  • Daniela V

    Daniela V gave props (8 Sep 2009):

    wonderful view. voted.

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