Bugeye EDNA E. LOCKWOOD on marine railway at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum / built in 1889 on Tilghman Island / shallow-draft and low bulwarks, designed to dredge oysters in waters of the Chesapeake Bay. [1400×788]

Bugeye EDNA E. LOCKWOOD on marine railway at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum / built in 1889 on Tilghman Island … More

Located in Colombia and originally built as a residential mansion in 1923, it was upgraded and converted into a hotel in 1928 and was successful for the next 60 years. The building was abandoned in the 1990s due to deterioration and lack of interest. Believed to be haunted too. [2048×1536]

Located in Colombia and originally built as a residential mansion in 1923, it was upgraded and converted into a hotel … More

Sloop DORIS, sailing yacht designed by Nathanael Herreshoff, built in 1905 / largest all‐wood boat ever built by Herreshoff / Moved from New London to Mystic in 2016 for new restoration effort after languishing for decades. [1798×944]

Sloop DORIS, sailing yacht designed by Nathanael Herreshoff, built in 1905 / largest all‐wood boat ever built by Herreshoff / … More

The Mayan temple called “El Castillo” is the center of the Chichen Itza archaeological site in Yucatán, Mexico. Built between the 9th and 12th centuries AD, the temple is dedicated to feathered serpent deity Kukulcan. [2100×1500]

The Mayan temple called “El Castillo” is the center of the Chichen Itza archaeological site in Yucatán, Mexico. Built between … More

Buddha head caught in the roots of an overgrown tree at Wat Mahathat Temple, Ayutthaya, Thailand. The temple complex was originally built in the 14th century, but Burmese invaders destroyed the temple in 1767, leading to its abandoned and overgrown state. [1800×1200]

Buddha head caught in the roots of an overgrown tree at Wat Mahathat Temple, Ayutthaya, Thailand. The temple complex was … More

Vahramashen Church, 11th century AD, sitting in front of the misty slopes of Mount Aragats, the tallest mountain in Armenia. Right behind, just out of shot, is the fortress of Amberd, built by the House of Pahlavuni, and destroyed by the Mongols in 1236. [OS] [800×1200]

Vahramashen Church, 11th century AD, sitting in front of the misty slopes of Mount Aragats, the tallest mountain in Armenia. … More