This an underwater multibeam sounder view of the bank of the Cardonnet with many shipwrecks sank over Normandy coast June 6th 1944.
Cardonnet bank is just off Utah Beach
Datas acquired during Neptune 2K expedition.
Image treated by Duncan Mallace with Fledermaus
Copyright Steeve Schmidt, Naval Historical center
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Another WW2 underwater view.
Usualy those images are 3D images but i do not know how to make them working in 3D in GE
Three DD tanks, sank June 6th 44.