A sunken ship in the Florida Keys has been transformed into an underwater art gallery

An artificial reef in the Florida Keys was transformed into an underwater art gallery when a dozen photos encased in plexiglass were hung from the deck of the sunken 523-foot-long Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg ship. The exhibition was created by Austrian photographer Andreas Franke.

Story and editing by Carl Mueller.

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