DOWN THE OIL LINE: This photograph taken from Edward Burtynsky’s ‘Oil’ photo series caught me eye right away thanks to the clear juxtaposition between a green, lush meadow and the pipes weaving alongside the group of pine trees on the left border to the image.
Those pipes are propped up by metallic cylinders which are planted into the earth and evidently bring up, you guessed it, oil, before transporting it along a pipe way that resembles a mini motorway more so than anything else!
Taken in an oil field in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada back in 2001, the photograph also manages to strike a harmonic combination of natural, leafy hues with the silvery tones of the pipes and the cloudy skies above.
This image was sourced from Onestopparts.com.

DOWN THE OIL LINE: This photograph taken from Edward Burtynsky’s ‘Oil’ photo series caught me eye right away thanks to the clear juxtaposition between a green, lush meadow and the pipes weaving alongside the group of pine trees on the left border to the image.

Those pipes are propped up by metallic cylinders which are planted into the earth and evidently bring up, you guessed it, oil, before transporting it along a pipe way that resembles a mini motorway more so than anything else!

Taken in an oil field in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada back in 2001, the photograph also manages to strike a harmonic combination of natural, leafy hues with the silvery tones of the pipes and the cloudy skies above.

This image was sourced from Onestopparts.com.

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