In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, I'll briefly talk about a collection of historic photographs recovered from 2,200 meters, or 1.3 miles, under the Atlantic Ocean. The photographs were found scattered on the sea floor off the coast of North Carolina, among the lost treasures of a steam ship called the SS Central America, which went down in a hurricane in September, 1857.
Links and Sources
Wreckwatch Magazine: Read the story here (requires a free registration)
The Guardian: Doomed ship of gold’s ghostly picture gallery is plucked from the seabed
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