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Underwater Photo Contest | Wide Angle - Wrecks

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anything man-made that is sunk including cars, tanks, planes etc. - oh and ships!
Santa Maria wreck
Wreck: P29 Patrol Boat
Malta.
Olympus Omd Em5
Panasonic 8mm
Nauticam Housing
Inon Z240's
Fish on the Milford Haven wreck in Italy. This very big wreck is suitable for all kind of divers, depths from 34m till 79m.
The U455 wreck in Italy. This wreck lies in a depth between 92m and 118m. A very big seastar has found a home on it.
Propeller of the Belina with a Arothron hispidus (whitesp... by E&e Lp
by: E&e Lp
Propeller of the Belina with a Arothron hispidus (whitespotted puffer). Wide angle shot with only natural light. Just off shore the Old Sheraton Marina, Hurghada, Egypt. - Erik
Chinese wreck in the Red sea.
Chinese wreck on the Fury shoals.
Small wreck in the Fury Shoals in the south of Egypt.
Wreck on the Fury Shoals in the South of Egypt.
3ft long hog fish in front of the famous British mailing ship the RMS Rhone which sank in 1867 after getting caught up in a tropical storm killing over 150 passengers. The ship lays in two parts after it exploded, pictured is the Bow (150ft long)
Taken inside of a small wreck in Bonaire. A lot of fish hides in the wreck.
Hilma Hooker wreck on Bonaire.
Shipwreck on Bonaire. The wreck is upside down and not very big. But has a lot of colors.
Small wreck near Captains Don's habitat. But with a lot of marine life.
A wreck on Bonaire at divesite Front Porch. It is not a very wellknown wreck because only the wreck is interesting to dive. Depth around 30m.
The Milford Haven wreck. A wreck for all divers, from 34m depth to 79m.
This image is taken on the U455, a deep wreck in Italy (92-118m depth). It was not completely dark at that depth and a nice thing was the really big seastar on the wreck. We had 17 minutes bottomtime and a total divetime of 3 hours.
Aqaba, the Tank
150mm canon SMS Karlsruhe
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Picture taken at the Milford Haven in Italy. A lot of fish on the wreck.
Al Kahfain
Olympus OMD-EM5,
Nauticam Housing
Inon z240 x2
Copyright all Rights reserved. Mandatory credit with image use: © 2022 Christian Llewellyn.
Location: THE CHRISOULA K
Olympus OMD-EM5,
Nauticam Housing
Inon z240 x2
Copyright all Rights reserved. Mandatory credit with image use: © 2022 Christian Llewellyn.
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Location: Red Sea - Carnatic
Olympus OMD-EM5,
Nauticam Housing
Inon z240 x2
Copyright all Rights reserved. Mandatory credit with image use: © 2022 Christian Llewellyn.
Location: Um El Faroud - Malta
Olympus OMD-EM5,
Nauticam Housing
Inon z240 x2
Copyright all Rights reserved. Mandatory credit with image use: © 2022 Christian Llewellyn.
Diving the Tug Boat Rozi at Cirkewwa Divesite, Malta. Clear water visibility on most days of the year, little currents.
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wreck in Messinghausen
On a dive of the U455 (92-118m depth) I saw at 101m depth a very big Molamola. The picture shows a nice fish using the wreck as protection to hide a little bit.
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