Photographer's Note

Today I’ve decided to post a different kind of photography…
Maybe you think I’ve gone crazy…but as far as I know I’m perfectly fine ;-)
This is a picture from a receiver cistern in a treatment station of residual industrial waters (fortunately you can’t feel the smell through the picture) .
In this particular case the residues came from Industries of inks and chemical products (oils and detergents).
This is the first stage of the water treatment.
The polluted waters are deposit in this cistern to rest so that the solids may sink what makes there removal task easier.
When the solids are removed the water goes to another cistern to receive more treatments, but I’m not going to explain the all process because it’s a little bit complex.
I like this picture because of the textures and the mix of colours that created an interesting pattern, almost like an abstract painting.
I hope you like it.
And please don’t be shy to make comments on this one…you don’t have to voted… just give me your feedback.

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Additional Photos by Teresa Travassos (TeresaT) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1507 W: 70 N: 3013] (10806)
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