No this is not the James Bond submarine car.
This is a photo of the USS Enterprise (CVN-65) dumping old cars off the coast of the Philippines in 1978. In the days before the environment became a thing, it was business as usual for servicemen to get rid of unwanted automobiles… by using the steam catapult system used to assist jet fighters during take-off.
"Recovered in September 1896 from the wreck of the “Skyro” sank off Cape Finisterre in April 1891 in a depth of 27 Fathoms. Angel Erostarbe -Diver-." Recuperado en septiembre de 1896 del naufragio del “Skyro” hundido cerca del Cabo Finisterre en abril de 1891 en una profundidad de 27 brazas. Angel Erostarbe -Buzo-.
Blas “Half-Man” de Lezo, or how to destroy a British fleet much bigger than the Armada with only one eye, one leg and one arm. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blas_de_Lezo
Ship’s logbook 1797
An arab horse runs free near the Citadel of Qaitbay, the 15th-century fortress of Alexandria port, Egypt. Germán Erostarbe 2014
Porto Marina, near Alexandria, Egypt, the place of the wealthiest. Germán Erostarbe 2014
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center - View of the Earth on September 21, 2005 with the full Antarctic region visible.
(Source: svs.gsfc.nasa.gov, via fabforgottennobility)
Last of the Dreadnoughts. Thomas Bangsted. 2011-2012
歌枕 (Pillow poem) - First of 12 images by Kitagawa Utamaro, 1788. In this image an abalone diver sitting on a rock looks on as two kappa (water monsters) violate her diving companion.
Milan. Germán Erostarbe 2011
Berthing in 3 minutes? Why not?
The Canadian Prime Minister’s Quest to Discover a Missing Explorer and Rule the Arctic -
After years of searching, Canada claims to have found one of the ships from the famed Franklin Expedition of the 1840s. Prime Minister Stephen Harper was described during the announcement to have been “beaming, uncharacteristically.” In May, Kat Long wrote about Harper’s obsessive mission to find the expedition’s remains. The…
Amoco Cadiz, 1978
Bermeo port in the Seventies