A diver skirts around the bow of the Ex HMAS Canberra wreckage off the coast of Melbourne, Australia.
The former Australian warship was scuttled in 2009 and is now an artificial reef serving as spectacular underwater site to discover for local advanced divers.
Wreck photography is alot about what lens you have. A good wide angle or fish eye will allow you to get upclose whilst still capturing most of the wreck. Thus reducing the distance the light travels for a clearer image.
I took this shot at the beginning of January when the waters outside melbourne are easily warm enough to use a wetsuit comfortably!