Most of us visit the Great Lakes for mid-summer barbecues or afternoons on the boat, but have you ever considered what lies beneath the water's surface? Some people have, like scuba diver and photographer Vlada Dekina who has documented many underwater escapades throughout the Great Lakes region. Dekina has kindly granted us permission to share a few stunning photographs with our readers.
All photos and information courtesy of V. Dekina and wrecksandreefs.com.
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