Even after 103 years of sinking, Titanic and its story continues to shake us to the core. Once a proud feat of engineering and the benchmark of luxury, this man’s creation, broken, is now home to some exotic sea life and horrifying decaying you’ll ever see.
Titanic, a rare picture from 1909
The beginning of an era of undefinable luxury and appreciation. This ship was thought to be unsinkable. Although it’s rudder was too small to quickly steer it.
Unthinkable happened, unsinkable sank
On April 14, 1992 that one anomaly made it unable to clear off a path with an iceberg. For almost 2-3 hours, it filled with water and slowly sank. About 2000 people lost their lives.
Years later, 2 miles below surface.
In 1985, remains of it were found in an ever haunting conditions. via
The ship had become a part of the ocean.
And many creatures have found refuge and initially even food in the sunken giant.
Captain’s cabin in decay
And the rusting and everything is no less haunting than the incident itself.
The bow of the ship
It marks the entry of a ship, itself is in a complete decaying condition marking its entry into the world where nothing remains as it ever was, in the dark abyss of the deep ocean. via