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.
Sculptor Doug Hollis’ “Mistree” at Downtown Houston’s Discovery Green.
Downtown Houston’s First City Tower rises over an adjacent building into the clear Texas sky.
A fire escape climbs the outside of Downtown Houston’s Great Southwest Building.
An abstract view of Downtown Houston’s CenterPoint Energy Plaza.
The 1,002 foot (305m) tall JP Morgan Chase Tower scrapes the sky in Downtown Houston.
Towers at a chemical plant reach into the sky along the Houston Ship Channel, Texas.
Skyscrapers rise into the sky over Downtown Houston, Texas.
The LyondellBasell Tower rises ominously into the sky over Downtown Houston.
The cargo ship Azure Bay, enveloped in a light fog along the Houston Ship Channel, Texas.
Traffic traverses US 59—known locally as the Southwest Freeway—south of Downtown Houston.
The 14-inch main guns, which could fire 1,400 lb. shells 13 miles, of the battleship USS Texas, now on display as a museum ship near Houston.
The chemical tanker Ridgebury Alexandra Z sits docked in the Houston Ship Channel, Texas.