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Andy does the Kittiwake While Andy was taking a picture of the stern, I took a distance and passed a school of Horse-Eyed Jacks. The shot gave me a wreck, a diver and a school!

JOJO POST STAR GATES: Bermuda Triangle- underwater city. 700 meters north of the eastern coast of Cuba. Four pyramids, in the ocean floor one of is made of glass in the form of a sphinx. Discovered by a Canadian team of scientists led by Paul and Pauline Vayntsveyga Zalittski.

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15 Secrets of California’s Coastline

15 Secrets of California’s Coastline A blowhole you can jump into Pearl Street Beach, Laguna Beach During low tide, there’s an underwater cave arch that bubbles up and down with the tide and feels like riding an elevator, if elevators went up and down IN THE WATER. If the rocks are “open,” (lifeguard’s discretion) experienced swimmers can jump into the blowhole and get pushed through the cave and “out to sea.”

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15 shipwrecks visible from land

15 shipwrecks visible from land - just outside of Vila Nova de Milfontes, Odemira, Portugal

On a foggy October morning in 1906, the 287-ft steel-hulled, four-masted barque Peter Iredale was running before a southwest wind, making for the mouth of the Columbia River, when a squall came out of the northwest, driving the ship onto the beach on Clatsop Spit. Called the most unexciting shipwreck in maritime history, the crew members were all uneventfully evacuated and at low tide they walked ashore. Considered a state treasure, the Peter Iredale remains Oregon’s only visible shipwreck.

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15 shipwrecks visible from land

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Whole worlds, lying quietly beneath the surface, waiting to be loved. And there's only one way to get there...

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10 Amazing "Above-Water" Shipwrecks

Point Reyes, Tamales Bay, Inverness, California. Photo by Orin Zebest on Flickr

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One of North America's best preserved 19th century shipwrecks...visible right from the shore.

stock photo: Sweepstakes shipwreck Big Tub Harbour Fathom Five National Marine Park Lake Huron Ontario Canada

The S.S. Jassim, a Bolivian cargo ferry, ran aground and sank on the Wingate Reef off the coast of Sudan in 2003. At 265 feet (81 meters) long, it is now one of the largest shipwrecks visible on Google Earth

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Hermes Shipwreck

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A sizeable shipwreck is on Wingate Reef off Sudan. The S.S. Jassim sank in 2003 and now is one of the largest shipwrecks visible.

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Lake Michigan Is So Clear Right Now Its Shipwrecks Are Visible From the Air

Lake Michigan Is So Clear Right Now Its Shipwrecks Are Visible From the Air A Coast Guard patrol spotted the wrecks in shallow waters that are only clear after the lake's ice melts and before summer sediment swirls and algae blooms

During a routine US Coast Guard patrol in April, assisted by unusually clear visibility, an aircrew captured these amazing photos of newly emerging shipwrecks along the Lake Michigan shoreline. Description from gcaptain.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Full moon and one of the beached shipwrecks rusting into the sands of Necochea, on the Argentine coastline