The landscapes of Canadian photographer Edward Butynsky is one of the famous sets to date. His large-format photographs, shaped and created by humanity for industrial purposes, shed light to one of the most intriguing topics in humanity with its global relevance.
Water, humanity's most precious resource remains our wellspring of life. Burtynsky travelled across five continents to explore the ecological scenery and capture the water resources as how they are used, distributed and wasted, disrupting the balance of the environmen. He photographs rivers such as the Colorado and Sacramento river, both estuaries now running dry. Much more can be found in his "Water series".
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