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A photographer spent years exploring India’s apocalyptic ‘capital of coal’ and returned with unreal photos

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  • Swedish photographer Sebastian Sardi has been photographing major mining sites all over the world for the last decade, having visited mines in China, Russia, Kazakhstan and India.
  • In India, Sardi was introduced to Dhanbad, a city known as the “capital of coal” due to the vast number of coal fields and strip-mines. The mining has turned the landscape into a post-apocalyptic moonscape.
  • Sardi has collected his years of work photographing Dhanbad into “Black Diamond,” to be published in December. People can pre-order the book here.

With a population exceeding 1.3 billion and a quickly developing economy, India has become the read more >>>

Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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