Part of a large chemical plant situated along the Houston Ship Channel, Texas.
The battleship USS Texas, nicknamed “The Mighty T”, sits in her berth as a museum ship near Houston, prior to be towed to nearby Galveston for major repairs in 2022.
Towers at a chemical plant reach into the sky along the Houston Ship Channel, Texas.
The cargo ship Azure Bay, enveloped in a light fog along the Houston Ship Channel, Texas.
The chemical tanker Ridgebury Alexandra Z sits docked in the Houston Ship Channel, Texas.
Amidships detail of Stolt Tankers’ Stolt Megami, docked in the Houston Ship Channel.
The bow of 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 Skywalker—undoubtedly named by a Star Wars fan—lies docked in the Port of Houston, Texas.
Structural detail of the underside of the 135-foot-tall, 152-foot-wide Sidney Sherman Bridge, which carries Interstate 610 over the Houston Ship Channel.