After workers spent several days cutting through the decks of the Leona I, a large section... http://dailym.ai/1muZtk9#i-a6cf0e56

The Ship-Breakers Who Tear Apart Dead Cargo Vessels By Hand:

A worker in a ship-breaking yard in Chittagong. File picture... http://dailym.ai/1muZtk9#i-abc60e89

A worker in a ship-breaking yard in Chittagong. wonder what the hourly rate is ?

Arduous: At low tide ship-breakers haul a 10,000-pound cable to a beached ship to winch pi... http://dailym.ai/1muZtk9#i-9bb60e3d

The Ship-Breakers The men of Bangladesh risk their lives to tear apart cargo carriers and tankers. At low tide ship-breakers haul a cable to a beached ship to winch pieces ashore as they dismantle it. PHOTOGRAPH BY MIKE HETTWER

Ship breaking is dangerous work and can expose workers to toxic chemicals. File picture... http://dailym.ai/1muZtk9#i-9ab50e41

Edward Burtynsky, "Shipbreaking Chittagong, Bangladesh" 2000 Burtynsky uses photography to explore how consumerism and consumption transform Earth's landscape.

Fishermen place their nets at low tide in front of the ship-breaking yards in Chittagong, ... http://dailym.ai/1muZtk9#i-9c810e3f

Chittagong Ship Breaking Yard is the largest of its type in the world. Around 80 active ship breaking yards line an eight-mile stretch of the Bangladeshi coast.

A satellite image shows a mile-long stretch of the Bangladeshi coast just north of Chittag... http://dailym.ai/1muZtk9#i-a89a0e69

The Ship-Breakers Who Tear Apart Dead Cargo Vessels By Hand

The article about the ship breakers of Chittagong appears in the May issue of National Geo... http://dailym.ai/1muZtk9#i-a9020e6a

George Steinmetz Wonders: Was It Worth Getting Arrested for National Geographic Cover Story Photos?


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