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At The Coalface

Australia’s black gold is powering city lights far from where it begins — way, way down under. This fissure to furnace view of an industry concealed from public eye brings to life the industry fuelling Australia.


2 comments on this story
by Ted McDonnell

Wonderful work, truly wonderful! Who said photojournalism is dead. With you talent like this it is very much alive and well.

July 6, 2013 @ 7:42am
by Darren

Awesome! I have been to that Mine Site a number of times, but these photographs have opened my eyes.

August 23, 2013 @ 12:10pm
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