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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

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'Living History' - The mid-section of the U-352, showing ...
'Living History' - The mid-section of the U-352, showing ... by Tanya Houppermans
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message this message is importantI dived this 25 years ago, but haven't seen very many great images of U352.. This is beautiful, and it's nice to know She is still so.. smile

 
Steven
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message Thank you so much! I'm glad you like the image. Since I live close by, I often get to dive the U-352. I notice that divers are very respectful of her, and are careful not to disturb her. Thankfully the hurricanes have not damaged her either. I hope you are able to return sometime to see her again. smile
 
Tanya Houppermans
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message I'm curious what the viz is in this image... 110' deep(?) seems so bright and clear!
 
Steven
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message She lies at about 120ft, and the viz this day was the best I've ever seen on this wreck, about 80-100ft. There was no current, and it was a sunny day (the bottom temp was 80!). Pretty much perfect dive conditions!
 
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