Just off the coast of Cancun there is an area of ocean floor that has been transformed into a mysterious sculpture park. Aside from the occasional tourist and bull shark, it’s pretty deserted but for the stone figures scattered in the white sand, placed there by artist Jason deCaires Taylor back in 2009. The idea behind it was to make an underwater installation that over time would develop into artificial coral reefs.
Claudia Legge, a London-based photographer with a passion/addiction for shooting underwater, found out about this creepy tranquil sculpture park when she was in Mexico and wasted no time in getting below the surface with her camera to check it out.
Claudia works and exhibits worldwide and has upcoming exhibitions in New York and London.
Liv Siddall via itsnicethat.com