The second wreck we did was the Lord Strathcona. An equally impressive wreck to the PLM, also about 400 ft long. The Lord Strathcona is littered with frilled anemones that glisten in the blue waters. It seems as if each is open feeding, as opposed to the PLM where not nearly as many were opened. The wreck is covered in anemones. I began shooting all the different anemones trying to capture a sense of how many there were. As I swam along the hull reaching the bow even the anchor lines were covered in anemones. I looked up along the line and saw them reaching far up into the crystal blue waters, I then looked down to the anemones stretching into the black abyss. The wreck and sheer amount of anemones was amazing to see.