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Dan Holdsworth: Geothermal Power Plant

  • Posted by on November 16, 2010 in Art
  • Geothermal power is like the neglected stepchild of renewable energy, seemingly always left in the shadows while the press (ourselves included) spouts off on the latest solar and wind projects. With these awe-striking images of a geothermal plant in Iceland, from London photographer Dan Holdsworth, we hope to give some shine to renewable energy's forgotten form. Like all of Holdsworth's work, the pics have a strange, otherworldly aura that makes it almost impossible to believe that you're looking at an actual place on Earth.

    For more epic Dan Holdsworth photography, visit his Projects page.





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