Deepwater Horizon- in pictures

THE AMAZON PINK DOLPHIN’S VOICE

SELVA-Vida Sin Fronteras: 09/12/2013

It was one of the world’s most destructive environmental disasters in human history: in April 2010 an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling rig killed 11 men and sent 210m gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, causing a black tide covering 68,000 square miles of ocean and spreading along 16,000 miles of coastline.Spill is the first book from photographer Daniel Beltrá, who documented the spill from a Cessna floatplane, 3,000ft above the Louisiana coastline. It includes 27 of his award-winning aerial photographs that have gone on show around the world, and an essay by Barbara Bloemink that gives context to Spill as an artistic response to the environment and nature.
Daniel Beltra book on Deepwater oil spill pollution
Daniel Beltra book on Deepwater oil spill pollution
Daniel Beltra book on Deepwater oil spill pollution
Daniel Beltra book on Deepwater oil spill pollution
Daniel Beltra book on Deepwater oil spill pollution
Daniel Beltra book on Deepwater oil spill pollution
Daniel Beltra book on Deepwater oil spill pollution
Daniel Beltra book on Deepwater oil spill pollution
Daniel Beltra book on Deepwater oil spill pollution
Daniel Beltra book on Deepwater oil spill pollution
Daniel Beltra book on Deepwater oil spill pollution
Deepwater Horizon Oil Platform Explosion and Oil Spill.
Source: The Guardian

Editorial: SELVA-Vida Sin Fronteras

Selvavidasinfronteras.wordpress.com

Editorial Committee

David Dunham

Arno Ambrosius

Gustavo López Ospina

Mariana Almeida

Frank Brouwer

Pieter Jan Brouwer

Assistant: Emilia Romero

SELVA Vida Sin Fronteras acknowledges Kevin Schafer’s important contribution towards protecting the highly endangered Amazon pink fresh water dolphin. Title photographs of our “The Amazon Pink Dolphin’s Voice” were taken by Mr. Schafer. 

~ by FSVSF Admin on 9 December, 2013.

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