SATELLITE AFRICAN MINES 2016
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African_Mines_002, 160 x 200 cm Diasec-Print, framed


African_Mines_002, 200 x 200 cm Diasec-Print, framed


African_Mines_003, 200 x 200 cm Diasec-Print, framed


African_Mines_004, 200 x 160 cm Diasec-Print, framed


African_Mines_005, 160 x 200 cm Diasec-Print, framed


African_Mines_006, 200 x 160 cm Diasec-Print, framed


African_Mines_007, 200 x 200 cm Diasec-Print, framed


African_Mines_008, 125 x 125 cm Diasec-Print, framed


Detail (100%) of Image "African_Mines_003"


Diasec, Oak wood - framed Fine Art Print "Afrcan_Mines_001"; Size 200 x 160cm

As an aerial photographer I am working on my Aerial Views project since 2010, with the intention to show the impact of the humans on the surface of earth.
While capturing out of helicopters and little planes, my wish often had been to go higher than the altitude limits, to have a wider overview over the location.
The possibility to work with satellite imagery enabled me to create imagery out of a view which is higher than the altitude limits of a helicopter. 
These Aerial Views of mines in Botswana, Angola and Niger, where Diamonds, Nickel and Uranium are extracted, are fascinating for me in their abstract patterns, structures and enormous richness of detail.

www.bernhardlang.de
 All images are under the copyright of Bernhard Lang.

© Bernhard Lang 2016


African Mines
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African Mines

As an aerial photographer I am working on my Aerial Views project since 2010, with the intention to show the impact of the humans on the surface Read More
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