Industrial Scars is an environmental photography project by American photographer J Henry Fair, which explores the detritus of our consumer society, through large-scale aerial photo shoots and accompanying documentary research.
Terribly Beautiful: Industrial Pollution Seen From Above
BLECH. (J Henry Fair/ TIME Magazine) Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada A containment pond holds tar sands tailings, consisting of a mixture of sand, water, and toxic chemicals that remain after the unrefined oil products have been extracted
Mitch Craddock took seven friends to a Tennessee cabin and while cooking bacon found a stray dog on their porch; the group then found seven more puppies nearby covered in dirt and fleas, cleaned them up and took them home to Michigan.
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