eastman chemical company.

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UploadedAugust 18, 2009
TakenAugust 18, 2009
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 40D
Exposure30 sec at f/29
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length300 mm
ISO100
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eos 40d
30s
f/29
iso: 100
made from 5 images.

a city of factories and industrial boilers illuminates kingsport. perhaps the main reason why the great smokey mountains national park is the most polluted park in the country, with more smog levels than L.A.

apparently, by the year 2013, eastman is suppose to be spending $200 million on a project that will reduce sulfur dioxide emissions by 60 percent.

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  • Daniela V

    Daniela V gave props (22 Aug 2009):

    I really like the city lights shot and this is very fabulous. I vote yeah!

  • Partha Sarathi Bose

    Partha Sarathi Bose said (6 Sep 2009):

    Good work Jake but how do you see it as world of tomorrow? Do we want our world be polluted?

  • Jake Booher

    Jake Booher said (6 Sep 2009):

    we definitely do not, but with such places as this there isn't much of a choice. probably a poor entry subject however, pollution is the unfortunate world of tomorrow.

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