Title track from debut album "Washed Up On Your Shore". Anna Maria Rosales-Vocals, mandolin Rich McCulley-guitar, vocals. written by Rich McCulley and Will Kimbrough Video By Dave Osti.
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A giant LEGO toy (about 8 feet tall) was washed up on the shore in Zandvoort, Netherlands. At first, the people on the beach were very surprised, but then they set it up and started taking pictures with it. It is still unknown where the toy came from, and the Dutch branch of LEGOLAND claimed they had nothing to do with it. 9. Containers. After the cargo ship Napoli was wrecked in 2007, a few containers were washed up on the shore in Devon, England. People who wanted to get inside the cargo containers rushed to the beach
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Versicles UR OC !!!! IS SO PRECIOUS M DEAD I HOPE U LIKE THIS !!! time to work on OWED ART --- You do not have my permission to use, trace, repo. washed up on your shore. Versicles UR OC !!!! IS SO PRECIOUS M DEAD I HOPE U LIKE THIS !!! time to work on OWED ART. --- You do not have my permission to use, trace, repost, sell or heavily reference this art. This is strictly for my own use only.
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Amateur photographer David Elder took this video of 'something large' lurking beneath the waters of Loch Ness at Fort Augustus. Could this be the what's left of Nessie? Dog walker stumbles across what looks like skeletal remains washed up on the shore of Loch Ness. What appeared to be remains of mysterious creature show up on shore. They include detailed skeletal frame and skull as well as internal organs. But they are believed to be an elaborate hoax being filmed for television
Some 415 pilot whales washed up on Farewell Spit near the settlement of Puponga on the northern coast of New Zealand’s South Island on Thursday night. By Friday morning, some 300 of the mammals, which can each up to six meters in length, had died before rescuers could reach them. Since early Friday, hundreds of volunteers have joined the rescue operation led by the New Zealand Department of Conservation (DOC), doing everything in their power to keep the remaining 100 alive