Giant Trevally at SS Yongala Wreck
Giant Trevally at SS Yongala Wreck
Coral Head at USAT Liberty, Bali, Indonesia
Coral Head at USAT Liberty, Bali, Indonesia
Two Fish at USAT Liberty Wreck, Bali, Indonesia
Two Fish at USAT Liberty Wreck, Bali, Indonesia
Colorful Corals and Fishlife at SS Yongala
Colorful Corals and Fishlife at SS Yongala
Coral Growth at SS Yongala Wreck
Coral Growth at SS Yongala Wreck
SS Yongala Coral
SS Yongala Coral
Soft Coral at SS Yongala Wreck
Soft Coral at SS Yongala Wreck
Pipes at USAT Liberty Wreck, Bali, Indonesia
Pipes at USAT Liberty Wreck, Bali, Indonesia
Soft Corals at SS Yongala Wreck near Ayr, Australia
Soft Corals at SS Yongala Wreck near Ayr, Australia
Corals and Fish at SS Yongala Shipwreck
Corals and Fish at SS Yongala Shipwreck
Machinery Covered by Coral at USAT Liberty Wreck
Machinery Covered by Coral at USAT Liberty Wreck
School of Hunting Giant Trevally at SS Yongala Wreck
School of Hunting Giant Trevally at SS Yongala Wreck
Coral Growing in the features of the Yongala Wreck
Coral Growing in the features of the Yongala Wreck
Giant Trevally at SS Yongala Wreck
Giant Trevally at SS Yongala WreckA giant trevally hunting for fish at the SS Yongala wreck in Queensland, Australia.
Coral Head at USAT Liberty, Bali, Indonesia
Coral Head at USAT Liberty, Bali, IndonesiaA colorful coral head at the USAT Liberty wreck. The ship that sunk after being torpedoed during the Second World War is now an oasis of life and is overgrown with coral.
Two Fish at USAT Liberty Wreck, Bali, Indonesia
Two Fish at USAT Liberty Wreck, Bali, IndonesiaThese two brilliant fish have made the USAT Liberty wreck their home, demonstrating how the US navy ship that was torpedoed in World War 2 has become an oasis of life.
Colorful Corals and Fishlife at SS Yongala
Colorful Corals and Fishlife at SS YongalaThe vibrant colors, millions of tiny fish and larger marine life can all be seen from this underwater photograph at the SS Yongala wreck in Queensland, Australia.
Coral Growth at SS Yongala Wreck
Coral Growth at SS Yongala WreckThe SS Yongala wreck is regarded as one of the most photographic wrecks in the world due to the massive abundance of fish life and coral growth that has accumulated on the wreck during the period of over 100 years when it has been laying on the seafloor in Queensland, Australia.
SS Yongala Coral
SS Yongala Coral
Soft Coral at SS Yongala Wreck
Soft Coral at SS Yongala Wreck
Pipes at USAT Liberty Wreck, Bali, Indonesia
Pipes at USAT Liberty Wreck, Bali, IndonesiaCoral has overgrown the USAT Liberty wreck after it sunk during the Second World War, which has made the former US Navy ship a beautiful artificial reef.
Soft Corals at SS Yongala Wreck near Ayr, Australia
Soft Corals at SS Yongala Wreck near Ayr, AustraliaGorgeously colorful soft coral at the best wreck dive in the world, the SS Yongala shipwreck near Ayr and Townsville in Queensland, Australia.
Corals and Fish at SS Yongala Shipwreck
Corals and Fish at SS Yongala ShipwreckThe SS Yongala is considered the greatest wreck to dive due to the millions of fish and corals that inhabit the former passenger and cargo ship in Queensland, Australia.
Machinery Covered by Coral at USAT Liberty Wreck
Machinery Covered by Coral at USAT Liberty WreckThe Liberty wreck in Bali, Indonesia is completely covered by coral, making it a picturesque habitat of many fish and other marine animals.
School of Hunting Giant Trevally at SS Yongala Wreck
School of Hunting Giant Trevally at SS Yongala WreckA school of hunting giant trevallys is gathered at the SS Yongala wreck, waiting to spot and hunt small fish peering from the safety of the SS Yongala wreck. Near Ayr, Queensland, Australia.
Coral Growing in the features of the Yongala Wreck
Coral Growing in the features of the Yongala WreckCoral growth has completely engulfed the SS Yongala wreck in Queensland, Australia, making it both beautifully colored and an excellent habitat for fishlife.
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