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A cold front rolled in today which brought some welcomed clouds with it. There was a slight drizzle so I didn't shoot much from the ferry boat today and instead…

Maritime photography has become my favorite genre to shoot so I'm happy that I am able to end September with another interesting ship that was anchored today at…

Was archiving images from August and noticed there were a few days out of the month where I didn't edit any photos. Here are a few of them. Edited with…

Did you know that brown pelicans dive head first for their prey from as high as 60' above water? They're also not afraid to ask for a hand out. So if you're out…

I haven't posted any ship and/or boat photos lately because there hasn't been much shipping traffic during my ferry boat rides to and from work lately. Took a…

Pelicans often follow the ferry which runs between Galveston and Port Bolivar Texas. Fish and shrimp rise to the waters surface as the boat's propeller turns.…

No ship pictures today thanks to Green Peace for shutting down the Port of Houston so let's enjoy some pelicans instead. Edited with Aurora

Nasty little storm rolled in yesterday morning but fortunately these ships were safely anchored at Bolivar Roads Anchorage between Galveston Island Texas and…

The Singapore flagged 15023 ton LPG tanker Thekla Schultre anchored at Bolivar Roads Anchorage between Galveston Texas and Bolivar Texas. Recorded top speed is…

Some of the best fishing spots along the Texas Gulf Coast are located near the Bolivar Peninsula across the channel from Galveston Texas. Built in 1872 the 117…

August is coming to an end so I'm going through my monthly collections deleting photos that didn't make the cut and editing some that I never got around to…

Launched in 2017 and weighting in at 54,365 tons the Panamanian flagged LPG tanker Albert III has a recorded top speed of 8.1 knots. Included in this series…
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