Thursday, January 31, 2008

Submerged Tanks

These submerged World War II tanks on The Duke of York Islands, make a great spot for snorkeling.


I’m in Australia at the moment so He Who Doesn’t Blog and Benson are batching and posting for me while I am away. I bet they’re watching TV and drinking bia with their feet on the coffee table.


They will be able to post each day as I won’t be doing any visiting. Thanks for dropping in to say hi while I’m away. I will try and pop in and leave a comment.

8 comments:

Julie at Virtual Voyage said...

Called in to say hello - and what beautiful photos!

M.Benaut said...

The water looks to be about 30°. Down here, it's only about 24°.
Perhaps when you return, Benson will tell you how many of us have visited; unless we can't bring ourselves to go home.

Old Wom Tigley said...

I thought it was me and Imac snorkling at first..

d. chedwick bryant said...

hello! hurry back!

Marie said...

Hope you are having a nice vacation. The photos are very beautiful (even when you don't post them but still there is something missing....)

CaBaCuRl said...

Wow...check the colour of that water! Hope your visit to Oz is going well.

quintarantino said...

I'll be back in a few minutes ... went to basement to get my mask and the fins ...

sam said...

I am amazed at how the old WW2 military machies have survived in those waters. Anything that sinks or is wrecked off our coast does not last long - the sea reclaims it in a veryt short space of time