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The Houston Ship Channel Never Looked So Beautiful

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Hat tip to Mr. Kimberly over at Neon Poisoning for tipping us off to the excellent photo stream of Louis Vest, OneEighteen on Flickr, who occasionally uploads amazing videos of the humdrum business on the Houston Ship Channel, including the one above.

The video is from October, but we're just now discovering it and felt it should be shared. OneEighteen's Flickr bio says he's a boat pilot with an interest in nautical photography. The rest of his images there are just as breathtaking as this video, especially if industrial landscapes are your thing.

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