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Another shot of the Cristobal Colon, Bermuda's largest shipwreck.
This is part of the large A frame engine on the Pelinaion, sunk during WWII off the northeast coast of Bermuda. I was pretty please with the contrast between the rust and the blue of the water!
Another part of the superstructure of the Cristobal Colon in Bermuda
One of the few shots I managed to get on the Cristobal Colon (largest shipwreck in Bermuda) before my camera died! The fish in the background are Sergeant Majors, probably the most abundant fish on this wreck.
I found this shot really haunting - the faces look like the ship almost screamed going down! This is the Pelinaion, off Bermuda.
Taken on a DC500 Pro, this is one of the winches from the Pelinaion, wrecked off the coast of Bermuda at the start of WWII.
This was taken with a DC500 Pro, during a dive for a class at the Bermuda Biological Station for Research where I work. A lot of people here like it, so here's hoping!!
This photo was taken while snorkelling over a ship grounding site in the northern reefs of Bermuda. I loved the way the light fell on the sea fan!
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