Shipwreck graveyard captured in tribute art project – BBC News

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A photographer is paying tribute to the lives lost to a small island in the Bristol Channel known as a graveyard for shipwrecks.

Tusker Rock, which lies about two miles (3.2km) west of Ogmore-by-Sea, in Vale of Glamorgan, has claimed dozens of lives over the centuries.

Photographer and artist Peter Britton aim’s to create an artwork that stands as a “legacy for the lives lost” to the “treacherous” rock through videos and photographs.

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