TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - The Council of Culture and Arts has new artwork on display at the City Hall gallery.
You can view the "Wakulla's Working Waterfronts" photo project from today until July 6.
The photo project is a tribute to the individuals and families who have made their living working near and in the waters of Wakulla.
Often times, these people have relied on Wakulla's waters for their livelihood, despite hurricanes, state regulations, and loss of jobs.
Wakulla photographers created the exhibit to visually summarize the work done by the county's fisherman, oystermen, shrimpers, crabbers, and other professions.
The project aims to capture Wakulla's history for future generations.
This is part of the City of Tallahassee's Art in Public Places Program.