“What struck me very personally as an outsider was how any kind of industrial activity feels like an enormous intrusion, almost like a creature from outer space; these drills at night are almost supernatural,” Berman said.
“I looked for points where the industrial activity impacted these quiet rural landscapes, and I found at night was when things came alive, so I combined those pictures with more conventional documentary [style of ]subject-driven photography about people who were having serious health impacts.”
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I’ve seen these pictures of homes were they can cook with their faucets.
Cleverly said! People are supporting natural gas drilling, while our ground water is being destroyed. I have read that Europe is opposed to “fracking,” but underhandedly, is going into Africa and attempting the natural gas drilling. What does this tell you? Raping Africa again! So the water supply in Africa will again be contaminated!
—– Everybody wants to get onboard the stupid wagon.
Yes and we are all fools for doing so. Why people are not in droves protesting this is beyond me. I think everyone is struggling with their own individual issues and not paying attention to the big picture…we are being led to the slaughterhouse. A sense of a greater community seems to be horribly absent from our society regarding Fracking, water pollution, human rights…my heart is breaking thinking of it all.