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Although initial deliveries were slow—only 15 Victory ships had been delivered by May 1944—by the end of the war 531 had been constructed. The Commission…

At scores of shipyards on the east and west coasts, America’s industrial machine was in full gear in the early and mid 1940s, churning out Liberty and Victory…

The SS American Victory Ship is one of only 4 fully-operational WWII ships in the country, running at this time. Twice a year this ship ventures throughout…

The MS Astor was built in 1987 in Kiel, West Germany. She belonged to some very diffenent owners from very different countries like South Africa, Soviet Union,…

The USS Arizona was built in 1910. This model is around 5" long. It is made from about 60 pieces cut from a flat metal sheet. Assembly time for me was about 8…

[149-365] 1st. January 2021- So it's New Year's Day and Britain is an independent nation once more. It seems rather apt then that out at sea this morning was…

It's been a while since my last post. Most of my photos are taken during my ferry boat rides to and from work and because of COVID you were no longer allowed…

Hope you all had a great Father's Day weekend. The clouds in Galveston Texas were perfect for some ship photography and I'm happy to end up with a few keepers…

A couple of scenes at a beach not far from where I live. Taken last summer but only recently processed. The scene is a breakwater near the beach where this…

We've had some foggy days recently along the upper Texas Gulf coast. While I don't have a lot of experience shooting in the fog or editing photos that were…

Thank you so much Galveston Monthly Magazine for selecting my photograph for the cover of your January 2020 edition. It really is an honor and I still can't…
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