FLYING OVER: Fraser island (Limited edition 2/20) 16" X12" (2013)
Colour photograph (C-type) by Laura Fitzpatrick


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  • Size: 16 × 12 in (unframed) / 16 × 12 in (actual image size)
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Laura Fitzpatrick

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FLYING OVER: Fraser island (Limited edition 2/20) 16" X12"
By Laura Fitzpatrick
Limited edition archival print

This image was taken as I was flying over Fraser island in a small airplane. You can see the shadow of this plane in the photograph.

I love the simple shape of the airplane and the great mix of colours (yellows,blues and greens)

A landmark on 75 Mile Beach in Fraser Island is the shipwreck of the Maheno. Maheno was originally built in 1905 by William Denny and Brothers in Dumbarton, Scotland as a luxury passenger ship for trans-Tasman crossings. During the First World War the ship served as a hospital ship in the Mediterranean, Gallipoli and the English Channel, before returning to a luxury liner.
In 1935, the ship was declared outdated and on June 25, 1935 the ship was being towed from Melbourne to Japan for scrap metal when it was caught in a strong cyclone. A few days later, on July 9, 1935[citation needed] she drifted ashore and was beached on the eastern shores of Fraser Island. During the Second World War the Maheno served as target bombing practice[citation needed] for the RAAF. Since then, much of the ship has either been destroyed or disintegrated, and the visible remainder has become severely rusted. Climbing on the Maheno shipwreck is prohibited.

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