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Intriguing Overhead Cruise Ship Photo Series

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They're the modern-day titans of the seas; casually jaunting around the world from port to port.

Cruise ships these days are often dismissed as being enormous, ugly, hulking beasts, but photographer Jeffrey Milstein's interesting photography series takes a look at them from a rarely-seen angle: the bird's-eye view.

The New York-based artist captured the top-down images of seven huge cruise ships using a high-resolution camera, an open helicopter door, and a fair amount of bravery.

Included in the series is the Disney Dream, which includes a 9 hole mini-golf course, 11 nightclubs and lounges and a 765-foot waterslide, along with the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas, the fourth-largest cruise ship in the world, which cost $800m and can accomodate 3,634 passengers.

Take a look at the all below and marvel at these miniature, mobile cities of the sea.

(Images: Rex/Jeffrey Milstein)

Caribbean Princess

Caribbean Princess

Carnival Sensation

Carnival Sensation

Carnival Victory At Night

Carnival Victory At Night

Carnival Victory

Carnival Victory

Disney Dream

Disney Dream

Norwegian Sky

Norwegian Sky

Royal Caribbean Freedom Of The Seas

Royal Caribbean Freedom Of The Seas

Royal Caribbean Majesty Of The Seas

Royal Caribbean Majesty Of The Seas

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