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Diving Gallery

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Choose from 128 pictures in our Diving collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Scuba diver examining a Thompson sub-machine gun on the wreck of the SS President Coolidge Featured Print

Scuba diver examining a Thompson sub-machine gun on the wreck of the SS President Coolidge

Scuba diver examining a Thompson sub-machine gun on the wreck of the SS President Coolidge, a 1931 luxury liner converted to troop carrier, sunk in 1942. Santo, Vanuatu

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Scuba diver with torch examining a Black coral tree (Antipathes sp.) Featured Print

Scuba diver with torch examining a Black coral tree (Antipathes sp.)

Scuba diver with torch examining a Black coral tree (Antipathes sp.), a coral that typically inhabits deeper water in tropical and subtropical environments. Its name comes from the black colour of the rigid central axis of horny material, hidden by the surrounding lighter coloured flesh and polyps. The horny skeletons of larger black coral trees are used for jewellery. Northwest Solitary Island, New South Wales, Australia

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The aft part of the conning tower ('fin') showing severe corrosion: AE2, Stoker's Featured Print

The aft part of the conning tower ('fin') showing severe corrosion: AE2, Stoker's

The aft part of the conning tower ('fin') showing severe corrosion: AE2, Stoker's submarine, scuttled on April 30, 1915. Later inspection in 2007 revealed that a large part of the aft section of the fin had been destroyed with just the top remaining, probably by ropes or nets from fishing vessels were responsible. The white rope above was the tied-off descent line for the divers. Karabiga, Canakkale Province, Turkey

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