A tower crane is reflected in the glass façade of a nearby office building in Uptown Dallas.
The cruise ship Carnival Magic is obscured by a crane on a nearby pier along the waterfront in George Town, Grand Cayman.
The Missouri-Pacific/Union Pacific Railroad Bridge—built in 1902—spans Lady Bird Lake on the south side of Downtown Austin, Texas.
The first arch of Dallas’ Margaret McDermott Bridge rises over the structure’s construction site on the banks of the Trinity River.
A nearby crane is overshadowed by the towering BG Group Place in Downtown Houston, Texas.
The bulk carrier Pan Viva, docked at the Port of Galveston, Texas.
Detail of massive cranes for loading and unloading cargo containers aboard ships at Freeport, Bahamas.
An ancient crane rusts in the Tongass National Forest near Ketchikan, Alaska.
The Seattle Great Wheel—a 175-foot-tall (53 m) Ferris Wheel on the shore of Elliott Bay—stands to the foreground of several even-larger cranes for loading and unloading cargo containers from ships.