Photo of the Week: Walking the High Line with Joel Sternfeld | The High Line Blog  Nature pushing into the urban. Fighting against the decay

Joel Sternfeld "walking the high line" series this image gives the series some context you can see how old the tracks are in this photograph and also get a lifeless aesthetic from the bland colour palette

Helicopter Returning From Deep Water Horizon Spill, Venice, Louisiana, 2010, pigment print  Richard Misrach Cancer Alley Nothing is left alive when the humans move in.

Helicopter Returning From Deep Water Horizon Spill, Venice, Louisiana, pigment print Richard Misrach Cancer Alley Nothing is left alive when the humans move in.

Photo of the Week: Walking the High Line with Joel Sternfeld | The High Line Blog  Nature retaking the land by force. Pockets of green in the urban sprawl

Joel Sternfeld "walking the high line" series this image by far is the most untamed and much more over grown than the other images colours in this are vibrant and angle makes the greenery intimidating

Abandoned Trailer Home, Mississippi River, near Dow Chemical Plant, Plaquemine, Louisiana, 1998, pigment print Richard Misrach Cancer Alley Pollution and garbage line the riverbank, leaving a once thriving ecosystem nothing more than a wasteland

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Edward Burtynsky CHINA Web Gallery.  Urban  greenery. Natures struggle against the ugliness of human intervention

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Hazardous Waste Containment Site, Dow Chemical Corporation, Plaquemine, Louisiana, 1998, pigment print Richard Misrach Cancer Alley  The smog creates eerieness, We shouldn't be here. Toxic, almost post apocalyptic

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CypressSwamp1.resized-e1364970905919.jpg (640×360) Richard Misrach Cancer Alley  A once beautifu river destroyed by human intervention. All that remains is death.

Richard Misrach Cancer Alley A once beautifu river destroyed by human intervention. All that remains is death.

490542.jpg (501×336) Gerd Ludwig- Landscapes Birch and Pine forest killed by acid rain near a nickel smelter.  As 'development' continues the beauty of nature is destroyed.

Gerd Ludwig- Landscapes Birch and Pine forest killed by acid rain near a nickel smelter. As 'development' continues the beauty of nature is destroyed.

Batture, North of Port Allen, Louisiana, 1998 Richard Misrach 'Cancer Alley' On the surface this image looks to be portraying an picturesque river, but once you understand the subject of the series of photographs, it becomes something sinister and ugly.

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