The sun rises over the Gulf of Mexico, as seen from a rock groyne on the Galveston, Texas, beach.
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 side of the cruise ship Carnival Freedom as it departs Galveston, Texas.
The morning sun begins to illuminate a Galveston, Texas, beach.
The sun sets on the distant skyline of Galveston, Texas.
Granite blocks along the Galveston, Texas, seawall absorb the pounding surf of the Gulf of Mexico.
Detail of a Wallenius Wilhelmsen roll-on/roll-off vessel in the Port of Galveston, Texas.