The first complete views of the legendary wreck Titanic’s battered stern is captured overhead here. Making sense of this tangle of metal presents endless challenges to experts. Says one, “If you’re going to interpret this stuff, you gotta love Picasso.
When they realized women were using their sacks to make clothes for their children, flour mills started using flowered fabric for their sacks. The label was designed to wash out. When I was a kid our clothes were made out material from Chicken feed sacks.
Two of Titanic's engines lie exposed in a gaping cross section of the stern. Draped in "rusticles"--orange stalactites created by iron-eating bacteria--these massive structures, four stories tall, once powered the largest moving man-made object on Earth.
This October 2011 image provided by RMS Titanic, Inc. shows a ships telegraph from the RMS Titanic which was recovered from the ocean floor during an expedition to the site of the tragedy. (AP Photo/RMS Titanic, Inc.