by The Toledo Blade

More than 130 shipwreck images by 10 underwater photographers — including a staff photographer/videographer at The Blade — are featured in an exhibit this month at the National Museum of the Great Lakes.

“Nothing interests our visitors more than shipwrecks, and what better way to explore this topic in more detail than by using the photography of those who risk life and limb to explore and to document these submerged historical relics?” said Christopher Gillcrist, the museum’s executive director.

Dozens of shipwrecks are represented in the exhibit, including the celebrated casualties of the Daniel J. Morrell, Gunilda, Rouse Simmons, and Cedarville.

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