A mossy statue of Jesus Christ in a Galveston, Texas, cemetery.
Galveston, Texas’ 23-story One Moody Plaza rises into the sky over rubble used as infill on the city’s waterfront.
A head-on shot of the chemical tanker Cape Daly, anchored at Bolivar Roads off the coast of Galveston, Texas.
Galveston, Texas’ Historic Pleasure Pier reaches out into the cold wind and overcast skies of the Gulf of Mexico.
The sun rises over the Gulf of Mexico and the Galveston, Texas, beach. (Click the photo to view a larger version)
The Gulf of Mexico continues its never-ending assault on a Galveston, Texas, beach.
The bow of the chemical carrier Aristotelis cuts through the ocean at Bolivar Roads just off the coast of Galveston, Texas.
Ships’ lights dot the horizon as the sun rises over the Gulf of Mexico as seen from a Galveston, Texas, beach.
Moss grows on a statue atop a grave at a Galveston, Texas, cemetery.
The offshore supply ship Caballo Maya, docked adjacent to jack-up oil platforms at Pelican Island, Galveston, Texas.
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