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Prix Pictet / Power :: Oil Spill A ship cuts through a band of heavy petroleum on the surface of the water. A substantial layer of oily sediment stretches for.

A total disaster: Dispersant clotted oil and fresh crude floating May 6, 2010, on the surface nine miles from the Deepwater Horizon oil well spill in the Gulf of Mexico

BP spill damaged sea-floor life for 57 square miles, recovery may take

Oil spill NOW THAT WE DRILL IN THE OCEANS WE HAVE NOTHING LEFT TO POLLUTE EXCEPT OURSELVES, OUR CHILDREN AND THEIRS.

Aerial view of an oil spill- ironic beauty of a disaster. Colour scheme and layers. Spill out towards audience? Layers of colour & texture. Concrete grey- industrial, earth colour- layers of earth exposed to fracking, red- blood of murder

*HISTORICAL REFERENCE*  The 1969 oil spill in Santa Barbara had several catastrophic impacts on the environment. It took the lives of thousands of animals and left a 6 inch coat of oil along 35 miles of coastline. This relates to the Spring Summer 2016 trend "Deep Summer" due to the environment aspect of this article.

Boats burn off surface oil not far from the Deepwater Horizon spill site, creating huge black columns of smoke in the Gulf of Mexico.

BP oil spill. BP oil spill. Benjamin Lowy/Getty Images

BP Oil Still Ashore One Year After End of Gulf Spill

BP oil spill 2010 the death toll to sea life and wildlife will never be known

Cactus Needles Inspired A Super-Efficient New Way To Clean Up Oil Spills

Cactus Needles Inspired A Super-Efficient New Way To Clean Up Oil Spills

Photo - Gulf oil slick seen from space - Approximately 50% of the oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill  'has been found' on the floor of the Gulf - An estimated 84million of 172million barrels has left an oil slick on the bottom of the Gulf like filth in a bathtub.. say proceedings gleaned from sediment tests published in the National Academy of Sciences: http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2014/10/23/1414873111.full.pdf+html

BP spill left 'bathtub ring' of oil across more than 1,200 square miles of Gulf seafloor, new study says

A new study of deep sea life after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has found far-ranging impacts that may take decades to reverse.

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