Seeweewana

Seeweewana

 

Technical Information
This photo is comprised of a 12 shot sequence, all taken on one dive using a Canon 7D SLR Camera and Nauticam underwater housing.  In Adobe Photoshop CS6, each individual photo was corrected for lens distortion and eventually blended into this one photo of the entire wreck.


History
Holly’s Comet, as she was known at the time, was built as a passenger boat in 1926 on Lake Chelan.  The vessel was later named the Seeweewana by the Camp Fire Girls when she was moved to Lake Coeur d’Alene in 1932.  After outliving her usefulness, she was sunk in 1988 by local divers as an addition to the local scuba dive park located just west of Tubbs Hill.  The Seeweewana has not been seen full length since she came to rest on the silty bottom.

 
GPS Coordinates
47°40’5.28″N    116°47’23.52″W
Depth
95 ffw
 
 

This photo is currently available in 10″ X 30″ mounted under 1/8″ glossy acrylic glass in a limited production run of 50 artist signed images.  $325.00

 

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