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Most of these photos were taken with a Canon T3i with a 10-17 mm fisheye lens. Those from Bali were taken with a Nikon D800 using a 16-35 mm wide-angle lens.
These photos are of various wrecks that were sunken on purpose, were sunken during a war or during a natural disaster. The wrecks are at various depths from 60 feet to over 125 feet. The great thing about wrecks are the fact that they can become reefs and act as protection for marine life such as coral, other invertebrates and fish. Divers can explore them and they make great photographic subjects with lots of mystery behind them as well.
All photos in this gallery were taken by Alex Suh.