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El territorio de las ruinas desechadas | ARQUISCOPIO

Edward Burtynsky - Although his work is predominately landscape, people do feature. This environmental portrait shows workers in Chittagong, Bangladesh and the conditions in which they work.

Andreas Gursky. This image captures the amount of people that work in factories even though you dont see them. There is vivid pink throughout this picture

The Photography of Andreas Gursky

Edward Burtynsky, Manufacturing Deda Chicken Processing Plant, Dehui City, Jilin Province , 2005 Lets start a conversation abou.

Winston Churchill, Harrow School, England

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Harry Benson. Eminent photojournalist Harry Benson has been capturing historic world events and fi…

Stocznia złomowa w Chittagong

Złomowanie statków w XXI wieku - Strona 3 z 5 - SmartAge.

Manufacturing #4, Factory Worker Dormitory, Dongguan, Guangdong Province, 2005

Edward Burtynsky

Manufacturing Factory Worker Dormitory, Dongguan, Guangdong Province: photo by Edward Burtynsky, 2005 (Edward Burtynsky Photographic Works

Trabajadores en el astillero de desguace de buques en Chittagong, Bangladesh

Las mejores imágenes del mar y los océanos están aquí

Credit: Rex Features People employed by the dismantling companies take apart the giant carcasses, which contain asbestos and other toxic materials, without protective clothing or proper equipment

Jan Møller Hansen: 'The shipbreaking beach in Chittagong, Bangladesh, where more than 100 gigantic ships are scrapped every year.'Photograph: Jan Møller Hansen

Weekend readers' pictures: Transport

Jan Møller Hansen: 'The shipbreaking beach in Chittagong, Bangladesh, where more than 100 gigantic ships are scrapped every year.

Chittagong: Ship-breaking in Sitakundu, Bangladesh - 01 Jan 2010

Inside the shipbreaking yards of Chittagong - in pictures

Chittagong: Ship-breaking in Sitakundu, Bangladesh - 01 Jan 2010

After workers spent several days cutting through the decks of the Leona I, a large section suddenly crashes, sending shards of steel flying toward the yard managers. Built in Split, Croatia, the cargo vessel was at sea for 30 years, about the average ship's life span

The wages of fear: The harrowing plight of the ship breakers of Bangladesh - one of the most dangerous jobs in the world

Chittagong: The Chittagong shipyard

Inside the shipbreaking yards of Chittagong - in pictures

El territorio de las ruinas desechadas | ARQUISCOPIO

El territorio de las ruinas desechadas | ARQUISCOPIO

Chittagong: Chittagong shipbreakers

Inside the shipbreaking yards of Chittagong - in pictures

Credit: Sean Smith/The Guardian Shipbreakers use a metal rope to drag large sections cut from the hull closer to shore

The base of a blast furnace in a huge abandoned steel works in Belgium (more in comments)

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