Mass grave of aircrafts at the bottom of the Pacific

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Brandi Mueller combines his two passions - scuba diving and photography. Diving off the coast of the island of Roi Namur (Marshall Islands) in the Pacific has made a remarkable discovery. Near the shore, at a depth of 40 meters he encountered more than 150 aircraft wrecks from the Second World War.
Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

Brandi Mueller Photography

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Tags: aircraft wreck Second World War Marshall Islands coast underwater Brandi Mueller Pacyfic photography
Posted by creoflick 5 years, 8 months ago from: http://www.divephotoguide.com/user/brandi8888/

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