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|Wow, this is a skinny, twisted plane. The engines look way off. It's in a steep turn causing this look. ||10/18/2008||1,270|
|The Maersk E Series comprises eight 14,770 twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) container ships. Each sister ship bear names beginning with the letter "E", tie for the largest container ship ever constructed, and are the longest ships currently in use. The first in the class built was Emma Maersk by Odense Steel Shipyard Ltd., Denmark.||02/03/2011||1,180|
|Containership in the Sea near Livorno (Italy).||08/25/2005||486|
|A containership with 2 tugboats in the Haven of Genua (Italy).||08/25/2005||362|
|960 ft Containership in Italy. Nearby is another little smaller one.||08/25/2005||538|
|A ~350m containership at A.P. Møller-Mærsk Container Terminal in Yokohama, Japan. The ship is part of the Maersk Sealand line (check the side of the ship).||05/10/2007||736|
|A massive, 280 foot, foot-like footprint in the middle of a desert in Egypt. Amazing!||05/13/2006||540|
|A crater that looks like a big foot. 350 by 300 feet.||03/28/2006||501|
|Ship approximately 1000 feet long is landing at container-terminal. The water must be low level - note the churned seabed.||08/30/2005||355|
|The southern entry to the foot tunnel, built 1902. The shadow of Sir Alex Binnie's domed structure can be seen clearly on the Thames. The Isle of Dogs dome is almost (but not quite) due North.||09/16/2005||317|
|In the forest of Jaegerspris 3 of the most famous oaktrees are located.|
Kongeegen (The King Oak), slowly dying 1000-2000 year old.
Storkeegen (The Stork Oak), dead.
Snoegen (The Twisted Oak), dead.
|It is named after a colossal marble foot from a Roman statue with Egyptian features. In ancient times a temple stood here built by Domitian who dedicated it to the gods Isis and Serapis. The foot is a remnant of this temple and is situated in a corner at the crossing with the Via di S Stefano in Cacco.||11/18/2006||372|
|This massive container ship is approx. 1210 feet long by 160 feet wide. It's chugging along in Yokohama harbor. ||05/06/2007||689|