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Wreck of the Vandenberg

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Wreck of the Vandenberg, an old ship that was sunken off Florida just earlier this year as an artificial reef after over a decade of cleaning and preparation. This image appears a couple other places online as well such as my flickr page and on the facebook page of the Vandenberg project's organizers.

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Another great piece

This is another one of those pieces that would really benefit from some lighting effects from the back end of things it's dark enough to have that light come off from behind the ship and stuff just some nice things you can do with it

~~things to improve on~~
Some lighting effect

~X~

So this is... under the sea? The surface seems like the surface of water, yet there's something in the background that... looks like a helicopter. O_o Ship is fantastic as always. Great detail.

-cd-

well, it's..

great! isn't it, the... SHIP you was talking about that had many satelite dishes, and was full of radiowave equip.s..., and stuffs?
and it was on the us army until the 60's and on the seventie s, it got on tape? (for sci-fi movie mate)
it's good! was this at a movie, at flash?
i remember it on the epic satelite flash... 5/5

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