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Shipwreck Framed Print featuring the photograph Cement Deck of the Shipwreck Sapona by Dan Podsobinski

Frame

Top Mat

Top Mat

Bottom Mat

Bottom Mat

Dimensions

Image:

24.00" x 18.00"

Mat Border:

2.00"

Frame Width:

0.88"

Overall:

29.50" x 23.50"

 

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Cement Deck of the Shipwreck Sapona Framed Print

Dan Podsobinski

by Dan Podsobinski

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$808.00

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Cement Deck of the Shipwreck Sapona framed print by Dan Podsobinski.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Design Details

Include a part of maritime history from the 1920's to your collection with this underwater photo of one of only a handful of cement ship decks ever... more

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Artist's Description

Include a part of maritime history from the 1920's to your collection with this underwater photo of one of only a handful of cement ship decks ever constructed. Notice the rebar protruding from the cement. This is from the SS Sapona which ran aground and was shipwrecked in 1926.

It is also rumored that many years prior to George H. W. Bush became President of the United States of America, he and his squadron performed bombing drills on this target.

The Sapona is located south of Bimini in the Bahamas photographed in approximately 15-20 feet of water.

Our above-water photograph of the Sapona is the perfect companion to this image.

For the best island-inspired art and gifts, visit our shop at IslandHoppersArt.com

Image copyright (c) 2019 Dan Podsobinski

About Dan Podsobinski

Dan Podsobinski

Thank you for checking out Island Hoppers Art :-) From the beaches of Florida to the Bahama Islands, West Indies, Caymans, Mexico, and Belize Tracey and I create tropical art to brighten your living space. Dan Podsobinski Photographer | Digital Artist Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Dan's passion for tropical photography started at 16 after moving to Tampa, Florida. Using his Yashika FX-2 single-lens reflex camera, he recalls shooting a friend's Toyota Celica's tire tracks on desolate Sand Key. And then hurrying to the darkroom to see his earliest works come to life. Dan's art exhibitions have spanned the southeastern US; collectors range from Seattle to Key West. He and his wife Tracey are avid supporters of sea turtle...

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