The massive Maersk Majestic travels in the South China Sea in February 2014. The Majestic and its sister ships are taller than a 20-story building, and they are too wide to pass through the Panama Canal. "When you really see it, it's just insane," said photographer Gregers Heering, who spent 32 days aboard the Majestic last year.
The Majestic heads to the Indian Ocean in this long-exposure shot lit by a full moon.
A look down into the deep-blue colors of the Indian Ocean.
A pilot looks out the window from Majestic's command bridge.
The Majestic is lit up as it heads to China in February 2014.
The Majestic is surrounded by sand dunes while cutting through the Suez Canal.
A Malaysian crane operator lowers a container into one of the Majestic's giant cargo bays.
One of the Majestic's two rudders is visible before the ship gets heavily loaded.
Danish-born Captain Danielsen is referred to as Master Danielsen at sea.
Moonlight hits the trail of Majestic's slipstream.