A Series of Underwater Photographs Capture a Graveyard of Sunken World War II Planes

A series of underwater photographs by photographer Brandi Mueller capture a graveyard of sunken World War II planes off the coast of the Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Mueller explained to Mashable that the planes had not crashed, but rather they were discarded there after the war because it would have been too expensive to transport them back to the United States.

The planes sit on the ocean floor 130 feet below the surface and are a popular site for divers.

via Mashable

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