For those of you who scuba dive this might interest you in a much different way than the rest of us. This is an underwater art gallery off of the Florida Keys. Ninety-three feet down you will see photographs encased in Plexiglas.

The Vandenburg, is an Air Force missile tracking ship that was sunk and turned into an artificial reef in 2009. An Austrian photographer took photos of the ship then digitally enhanced them with people and created 4ftx5ft photographs that cover 200ft of one side of the ship.

The photos are encased in Plexiglas, framed in steel and sealed with silicone.

They will be on display through the end of the year.

I would think that the natural beauty of the ocean would be enough but if you get bored with that then you can head over to this "art gallery" and check it out!