Here's a sight for saw eyes! Thousands of pieces of timber have been washed up on beaches across southern England after a cargo ship, called the Ice Prince, sank.
The ship was carrying more than 2,000 tonnes of sawn timber when it got into difficulties in a storm and its crew was forced to abandon ship.
Timber from the ship drifted 100 miles through the channel. The 10m lengths of wood have washed up in tall piles. These girls have made a see-saw!
Coastguards said the timber stretched from Littlehampton in West Sussex to Beachy Head in East Sussex.
Worthing beach was closed to allow machinery to remove the washed-up timber.
Barriers were put up along the beach and windsurfers and canoeists were warned to stay away incase the floating wood caused an accident.