It does funny things to the vegetation.
Taken near the Gidji Roaster, just north of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
The roaster is a gold processing facility, used to extract gold trapped in sulphides, and emits sulphur dioxide as a by-product. This spews out over the surrounding bush, damaging the vegetation. It also makes it hard to breathe when it hits the town.
Minolta SRT 100
35mm film – double exposure
Layered over my ‘mouldy bucket’ and ‘dirty glass’ textures. Bit more fiddling in elements. Can’t remember exactly what.
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