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Unusual, but very interesting.

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lol why would they keep the anchors, wouldnt they be worth more as scrap metal?
It is pretty disconcerting, isn't it. Humans are beyond wasteful!

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and the point of that is? its cool and all but

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Re: Anchor Graveyard Tavira Island, Portugal

The vibes I get from those pics are already very inviting so I'd definitely love to visit the island. I'm a fan of all things surreal so I guess I'd actually enjoy wandering all around that place

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deffo weigh that in for some easy money!!!

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Re: Anchor Graveyard Tavira Island, Portugal

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lol why would they keep the anchors, wouldnt they be worth more as scrap metal?
From the intro at the beginning: "They built up this anchor graveyard to remember those who had to quit their occupation when the big fish abandoned the coasts."

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Re: Anchor Graveyard Tavira Island, Portugal

Interesting that about 90% of the earth in old times was mapped by people from about an 80 mile stretch of coastline... In Portugal. They were serious sailor/explorers. Your post reminded me of them. Cool pics:)

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