Santa Barbara, California, USA. 18th Sep, 2019. September 18: Memorial for dive boat victims lost at sea continues to go strong at Sea Landing boat dock, in the Santa Barbara Harbor, where the Conception was harbored prior to the Labor Day accident that killed 34 people on a three day vacation to the Channel Islands. Santa Barbara community members and visitors stop by to pay their respects. Photos of those who lost their lives are surrounded by flowers, many now dried, but with fresh oneÕs still being brought daily. Every night candles are being lit by volunteers who tend the memorial an

Santa Barbara, California, USA. 18th Sep, 2019. September 18: Memorial for dive boat victims lost at sea continues to go strong at Sea Landing boat dock, in the Santa Barbara Harbor, where the Conception was harbored prior to the Labor Day accident that killed 34 people on a three day vacation to the Channel Islands. Santa Barbara community members and visitors stop by to pay their respects. Photos of those who lost their lives are surrounded by flowers, many now dried, but with fresh oneÕs still being brought daily. Every night candles are being lit by volunteers who tend the memorial an Stock Photo
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4032 x 3024 px | 34.1 x 25.6 cm | 13.4 x 10.1 inches | 300dpi

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18 September 2019

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September 18, 2019, Santa Barbara, California, U.S: September 18: Memorial for dive boat victims lost at sea continues to go strong at Sea Landing boat dock, in the Santa Barbara Harbor, where the Conception was harbored prior to the Labor Day accident that killed 34 people on a three day vacation to the Channel Islands. Santa Barbara community members and visitors stop by to pay their respects. Photos of those who lost their lives are surrounded by flowers, many now dried, but with fresh oneÕs still being brought daily. Every night candles are being lit by volunteers who tend the memorial and keep watch over the spirits of the dead. (Credit Image: © Amy Katz/ZUMA Wire)

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