Saturday, 28 July 2012

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles

Ships began wrecking along the Florida Reef almost as soon as Europeans reached the New World. From early in the 16th century Spanish ships returning from the New World to Spain sailed from Havana to catch the Gulf Stream, which meant they passed close to the Florida Reef, with some wrecking. The first wreckers in the Keys were Indians; when Hernando de Escalante Fontaneda's ship was wrecked in 1549, he was taken prisoner by Indians who were experienced in plundering wrecked ships.

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles

Wrecked motorcycles


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