Wednesday , 23 August 2017

Environmental Scars

American photographer J. Henry Fair spent five years taking pictures of industrial scars and toxic waste.

A plume of foam in bauxite waste at an aluminum manufacturing plant. Darrow, Louisiana, USA, 2005.

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The inside of a holding tank at an oil sands upgrader facility. Fort McMurray, Canada, 2009.

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Toxic waste at a coal power station. Pineville, South Carolina, USA, 2009.

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Herbicide manufacturing plant. Luling, Louisiana, 2010.

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Oil from BP Deepwater Horizon spill on the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf of Mexico, USA, 2010.

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Outlet pipe from phosphate waste impoundment. Lakeland, Florida, 2007.

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Waste pond near brown coal-fired power station. Lausitz, Germany, 2008.

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Patterns in waste ash at coal – fired electrical generation station. Moncks Corner, South Carolina, 2009.

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Coal ash waste at electricity generation station. Canadys, South Carolina, 2009.

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Sulphur stacks at an oil sands upgrader facility. Fort McMurrary, Canada, 2009.[/b]

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