Truk Lagoon is a large island atoll within the Federated States of Micronesia in the Pacific Ocean. Also know as the state of Chuuk , 'Truk' was the scene of a massive United States air assault during WWII when the Japanese Imperial forces occupied the region.


As a result of this raid more than 4 dozen Japanese ships were sunk within the lagoon creating the worlds most amazing wreck diving locale. Intact ships with abundant artifacts draw the history buffs to Truk Lagoon to see these relics of war up close and personal. In addition, the prolific marine life that inhabits and adorns these wrecks is an equally big draw for sport divers to Truk Lagoon.


Enjoy more than five years worth of Mike's photography in this gallery that he collected from 2003 until 2008 while working aboard dive yachts in Truk Lagoon.


Black and white wreck images, stunning colorful marine life's and eye popping abstracts can be seen here.



All of Mike's work is available for purchase. Visit the online store or contact mike@evolutionunderwater.com.

The Wrecks of Truk Lagoon - The Documentary DVD

Truk Lagoon - New!

Truk Lagoon - New!

Truk - Wrecks

Truk - Wrecks

Truk - Marine Life

Truk - Marine Life

Truk WWII Archival Images

Truk WWII Archival Images