‘Spill’ shows Deepwater Horizon disaster in an artistic light

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The Deepwater Horizon disaster that occurred in 2010 is still a fresh thought in peoples’ minds, but a new book called Spill by photographer Daniel Beltrá is showing the effects of the BP oil spill in an artistic light.

I’m not sure who exactly would want to have this type of a book out on their coffee table, but the photography is certainly eye-opening. You can see some of the photos from the book below, and order the book here.

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