Wednesday, October 29, 2008

The changing landscape

From "Over: The American Landscape at the Tipping Point, a collection of aerial photographs" by Alex S. MacLean, comes this image of the canals of Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station in Homestead, Florida. They “act like giant radiator to cool the water that travels 168 miles in 40 hours before it is circulated back to the condenser for reuse.” They are also part of a wildlife preserve for rare American crocodiles.

From Pruned

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