Gabe Spataro, 83, lays a wreath on the "Christ of the Deep" statue in the waters off Key Largo that he brought to South Florida in the 60s. Spataro, who is legally blind, was aided during his dive by Pete Murray, a volunteer with Divehart, pictured behind him.
Gabe Spataro, 83, lays a wreath on the "Christ of the Deep" statue in the waters off Key Largo that he brought to South Florida in the 60s. Spataro, who is legally blind, was aided during his dive by Pete Murray, a volunteer with Divehart, pictured behind him. Jeremiah Spelas Diveheart
Gabe Spataro, 83, lays a wreath on the "Christ of the Deep" statue in the waters off Key Largo that he brought to South Florida in the 60s. Spataro, who is legally blind, was aided during his dive by Pete Murray, a volunteer with Divehart, pictured behind him. Jeremiah Spelas Diveheart

A 50-year tribute to the underwater Christ statue

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