Refineries, open-pit mines, and mining camps can seem like remote locations. Unless they are your father's photographic obsessions. Over at the WNYC culture page, writer Carolina Miranda muses on her engineer father's five decades of snapshots of oil refineries, open pit mines, and mining camps. At left, a view of the Caletones copper smelting project in the Andes, as captured by Felipe Miranda in 1968.
We write about oil and energy, all the time at Transportation Nation, but these photos tell the story from a whole new angle. Literally. --Andrea Bernstein