Monday, November 26, 2012

Steve Back//Hutt Lagoon

These images were taken from an aircraft while traveling over Hutt Lagoon in Kalbarri, Western Australia.  Captured over the course of three years, the un-doctored photos are a striking representation of the largest micro algae production plant in the world.  Reflecting hues from bright orange to hot pink, the seemingly un-natural colors are the fortunate consequence of an organically produced beta carotene in the water— so vibrant it’s sourced as food coloring. (source)

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