View of an extremely damaged Fort Sumter while still under Confederate control which was taken from Union lines during the American Civil War in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina August 23, 1863. [6632×3160]

View of an extremely damaged Fort Sumter while still under Confederate control which was taken from Union lines during the American Civil War in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina August 23, 1863. [6632×3160]

This looks like you’re about to enter a massive forest, when in reality it’s just a small strip of trees between fields in rural Ohio. The colors and lines really stood out to me, I had to stop and capture the moment. [OC] [4090×1414] © 2014 Sean Denney

This looks like you’re about to enter a massive forest, when in reality it’s just a small strip of trees between fields in rural Ohio. The colors and lines really stood out to me, I had to stop and capture… Continue Reading

Natori, a 540 TEU container carrier of the Imoto Lines. The vessel’s designers claim the aerodynamic shaping will save 5% of fuel consumption under average sea condition. [1261×884]

Natori, a 540 TEU container carrier of the Imoto Lines. The vessel’s designers claim the aerodynamic shaping will save 5% of fuel consumption under average sea condition. [1261×884]

The classic two-house lines of the tanker USNS Maumee (T-AO-149) grace the Port of Wellington, New Zealand as she arrives to reload fuel destined for McMurdo Station in Antarctica on 23 February 1974. [3000×2000]

The classic two-house lines of the tanker USNS Maumee (T-AO-149) grace the Port of Wellington, New Zealand as she arrives to reload fuel destined for McMurdo Station in Antarctica on 23 February 1974. [3000×2000]

Ruins of Gommecourt Chateau, France. The small community of Gommecourt sat on the front lines for years, changing hands numerous times, and was bombed into near-oblivion by the end of WWI. [1500 x 1034]

Ruins of Gommecourt Chateau, France. The small community of Gommecourt sat on the front lines for years, changing hands numerous times, and was bombed into near-oblivion by the end of WWI. [1500 x 1034]