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Environmental Scars (10 pics)

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Environmental Scars is a project by the U.S. photographer J. Henry Fair who spent over five years taking pictures of industrial scars and toxic waste.

1 Environmental Scars (10 pics)

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


2 Environmental Scars (10 pics)

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


3 Environmental Scars (10 pics)

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


4 Environmental Scars (10 pics)

Herbicide manufacturing plant. Luling, Louisiana, 2010.


5 Environmental Scars (10 pics)

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




6 Environmental Scars (10 pics)

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


7 Environmental Scars (10 pics)

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


8 Environmental Scars (10 pics)

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


9 Environmental Scars (10 pics)

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


10 Environmental Scars (10 pics)

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

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№1 Author: GhostChronos (27 May 2011 03:09) Total user comments: 2100


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stop hurting the nature! 11
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№2 Author: capt.huffnpuff (27 May 2011 05:04) Total user comments: 2801


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To think that we actually pay these people to destory the environment. 02
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№3 Author: Inocentino01 (27 May 2011 07:39) Total user comments: 278


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sad, good project.
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№4 Author: Lord Dodo (27 May 2011 11:54) Total user comments: 2064


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If these were Oil Paintings, they would be beautiful... This way, its just sad 11
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№5 Author: bmvv (27 May 2011 14:21) Total user comments: 85


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Please put a name to each of the pix. I'd love to know who are the originators in order to avoid their products... BP/Aral/Castrol I know already
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№6 Author: Runelord (27 May 2011 15:44) Total user comments: 160


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if i didnt know what i was looking at i would be loving looking at such beautiful photos/paintings whatever, but this is just wrong. 02
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№7 Author: elunicotomas (27 May 2011 17:15) Total user comments: 1680


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№8 Author: Naphia (27 May 2011 17:23) Total user comments: 1071


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Sadly too many people don't think about the consequences of their actions.
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№9 Author: mahedi (27 May 2011 19:16) Total user comments: 10772


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Sorry WORLD 02
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№10 Author: Multiuseless (29 May 2011 00:45) Total user comments: 456


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I would like to see the pics in their natural state without all of the photo shopped tint trickery.
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№11 Author: raymond.wendt (29 May 2011 04:04) Total user comments: 9115


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terrible to think of all this pollution.
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№12 Author: pash.maloo (2 Jun 2011 22:25) Total user comments: 1713


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we shouls all start riding our bikes.....
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