A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about a spectacular underwater gallery that was created on the Vandenberg shipwreck off Key West, Florida. The exhibition, titled Vandenberg: Life Below the Surface, recently released the 12 digitally layered images that were used, all of which were taken by avid diver and professional photographer Andreas Franke.

At a depth of 93 feet, divers attached strong magnets from Franke's photographs to the boat's starboard side. To keep water out, the images are encased in 3 millimeter plexiglass and mounted in stainless steel frames sealed with silicone. No harmful materials were used in the installation of the exhibit.

Vandenberg: Life Below the Surface website
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  • Awesome
  • WoW AmaMzinG
  • Nice work. Really nice. Makes you go... Hmmm! And think that we actually don't know the 80% of our planet. There's an entire new world under the sea, indeed.
  • this is a bit spooky, but Brilliant nevertheless!
  • These are amazing! It probably isn't doing it justice viewing this from above water.
  • These are so cool!! Although I do think I'd be scared if I swam by a couple of these.
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