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    Colourful part of underwater wreck

    Hi All,

    Here is an underwater image of part of a wreck called the Rotamohana outside of Port Philip heads here in Victoria, Australia.
    This wreck is 39 metres deep and when we did this on Saturday just gone we had visibility of about 4 metres and it was really dark. Have enhanced the colour and done some adjustment on exposure to come up with this and sharpened as well.
    Hope you like. C&C welcome
    Deb

    Colourful part of underwater wreck

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    Re: Colourful part of underwater wreck

    You just keep 'em coming and I'll just keep enjoying them..

    Clearly, we needed an explantion to understand what we were looking at. But even just as an exercise in colour, tone and texture, it's enjoyable.

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    Re: Colourful part of underwater wreck

    I have just got agree with Donald keep 'em coming.

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    Re: Colourful part of underwater wreck

    Thanks guys. This is part of the stern of a wreck. It is quite broken up and I'm not quite sure what this part is. The colours on it are mainly of soft corals and sponges and some acidians. Most of these colours just look very grey at this depth (39 metres) and only torches and strobes will bring out and show the colours.
    Will keep them coming as often as I can.
    Deb

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