Low tide wreck

Portbail, fascinating town nestled by the small river Ollondes.
One and a half stone throw of the south west coast of the Cotentin peninsula.
Protected by a “nor” which is run by the tidal waters.
A nor (don’t know the english word) in german it is called “noor”.
An old-fashioned danish word: narrow waters is a smaller water area,
which is only connected to the sea with a narrow gutter
and a surface-like extent of at most and few square kilometers.

In this “nor” there are a lots of boat wreck, many only seen at low tide.

Probably more abandoned than accident.

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