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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Tanya Houppermans

'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 I 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!
 
Tanya Houppermans
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