Finished with Engine

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© Pongsatorn Sukhum
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Scuttled tuna trawler that sunk between two islands in a underwater valley. The shadows caused by the two islands and overhead clouds make the lighting conditions very interesting.

In the Bringing Wrecks to Life photo essay.

10 responses

  • Alicia Rodriguez

    Alicia Rodriguez said (11 Jan 2009):

    love it!!

  • Brian Betteridge

    Brian Betteridge gave props (11 Jan 2009):

    amazing!

  • A F

    A F gave props (11 Jan 2009):

    wow, nice

  • Vicki Bracken

    Vicki Bracken (Deleted) gave props (11 Jan 2009):

    I am in love with this shot. The mood instantly sets me right next to the diver.

  • Ashley St. John

    Ashley St. John gave props (12 Jan 2009):

    wow, this is a really interesting photo.

  • Becca Bornstein

    Becca Bornstein gave props (12 Jan 2009):

    Wow, so unique!

  • Angel Foice

    Angel Foice gave props (12 Jan 2009):

    great!

  • Pongsatorn Sukhum

    Pongsatorn Sukhum said (13 Jan 2009):

    Thank you, all :)

  • Thomas Berryhill

    Thomas Berryhill gave props (29 Sep 2009):

    I love the light in these photos and the fact that you shot them in B+W. Great work.

  • Karen Zimmerman

    Karen Zimmerman gave props (24 Nov 2009):

    Fantastic work!

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