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Since 2004, Toronto-based photographer Eamon Mac Mahon has spent up to three months of each year working in the wilderness of northwestern Canada and Alaska.  These slow journeys via bush plane have allowed him to intimately photograph remote landlocked communities, and the vast areas of uninhabited land surrounding them.  Most recently, Eamon has been documenting the Alberta Tar Sands, and the environmentally tenuous spectacle that is writ large from the perspective of the sky.

(Source: triangulationblog.com)

Since 2004, Toronto-based photographer Eamon Mac Mahon has spent up to three months of each year working in the wilderness of northwestern Canada and Alaska.  These slow journeys via bush plane have allowed him to intimately photograph remote landlocked communities, and the vast areas of uninhabited land surrounding them.  Most recently, Eamon has been documenting the Alberta Tar Sands, and the environmentally tenuous spectacle that is writ large from the perspective of the sky.

(Source: triangulationblog.com)

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