Sulphur and Snow

Detail of one of the massive sulphur piles on which sulphur, a by-product of the bitumen upgrading process, is dispersed in liquid suspension. The liquid is contained by walls resembling concrete formers (commonly seen on construction sites most anywhere), creating a clean division between fresh dispersal areas and those covered by drifting snow.

 

 

 

Beautiful Destruction, pp. 126-127

Syncrude Mildred Lake, Alberta, Canada

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+57° 2′ 32.78″, -111° 39′ 57.33″


Google Earth
+57° 2′ 32.78″, -111° 39′ 57.33″

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