Daniella Zalcma • Aperture

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

“Our helicopter was heading over the Niger Delta, across a vast and unstable sky, with gray clouds surging above. I was sitting behind the pilot, and behind me, gazing out a starboard window, was Edward Burtynsky, a Canadian photographer known for his sweeping images of industrial projects and their effects on the environment.” Raffi Khatchadourian • New Yorker

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