MATTHEW OLDFIELD / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY MATTHEW OLDFIELD / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Diver exploring a plane wreck. This heavily encrusted wreck is a fallen Carnauba S-38 biplane. This is the only plane of its kind in existance. It was formally owned by S.C. Johnson, founder of the large US company of the same name, and was used to make one of the first direct flights from the USA to South America in the 1930s. Photographed in Manokwari harbour, West Papua in Indonesia, Asia.
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