GLSPS Announces The:
The Benjamin Noble Photo Mosaic Project
August 2 - 3, 2014 and August 12 - 13, 2017
This project was formed to document the shipwreck by using a drop video camera to create a HD photo mosaic. We practiced this method on the Hesper last year and are applying it to the Benjamin Noble shipwreck this year. The shipwreck is very deep and it may be a bit more challenging however, Jerry Eliason (Well lmown Lake Superior Shipwreck Hunter), is the leader of this project and he will use his amazing skills using his special designed drop camera. In the end, he will have created another HD Photo Mosaic to document and help preserve maritime history.
RV Preservation setting up to lower the drop camera on the Hesper
(Last Year's Photo Mosaic Project)
To learn more about the Project, please click on link to read the description of the project.
Benjamin Noble Photo Mosaic Project - 8/2/2014
If you have any questions or comments about the above project, please contact the project leader by clicking on the above link.
Benjamin Noble Photo Mosaic Project
August 3 - 4 2014
The drop camera work was started and enough video was obtained for the Nomination to the National Register of Historical Places. Further drop camera work is needed to create a Photo Mosaic in the future.
The Project Participants were Jerry Eliason, Project Leader, Bob Nelson, Boat Operator, Jim Christenson, and Tim Pranke.
The project was both fun and presented a learning experience for all of the participants. If you are interested in joining the GLSPS in helping Survey and document these valuable and Historical shipwrecks, please let us know. We always have place for you to help.
GLSPS Board of Directors
August 12, 13, 2017