The distinctive “whale tail” funnel of Carnival Cruise Lines, as spotted aboard the Carnival Triumph.
The last light of day illuminates the sky over the Gulf of Mexico, somewhere between Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula and the Texas coast.
The wreck of the SS Selma—a 425-foot-long experimental concrete ship built in 1919 and sunk in 1922—rises from the waters of Texas’ Galveston Bay.
The bulk carrier United Legacy transits Bolivar Roads just off the coast of Galveston, Texas, as it heads toward the Port of Houston.
The first light of morning creeps over distant clouds somewhere off the coast of Galveston, Texas.
The liquefied petroleum gas tanker Yuyo transits Bolivar Roads off the coast of Galveston, Texas.
One of the waterslides aboard the cruise ship Norwegian Pearl.
The sun sets on the Gulf of Mexico, somewhere off the Texas coast.