Tweet a day: the work of Ian Teh


http://www.panos.co.uk/bin/panos2.dll/go?a=disp&t=gl-loader.html&_storyState=1&_tlid=2&groupid=13&galleryid=1147&glbid=1653&si=9E846FD6CBAC4F8A908751AE39193C&rnd=4536.48   Capturing something on earth that looks so unnatural must be a special. it evokes various thoughts for me of what I see.  It is actually a estuary in china heavily polluted. Maybe this the answer to where all used battery’s from this country go to. It has aspects of an oil paintings. i like the way it drags your eye from bottom left to right. This adds to the unease of the viewer. The scale of the images make me think Edward Burtynsky work

Edward Burtynsky
Edward Burtynsky (Photo credit: rocor)

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