BONUS #photooftheday: Treehuggers, featuring dbirdy.
#photooftheday: Treehuggers. For these guys, pecan farming was more than a livelihood.
Filmed for coalashchronicles.
#photooftheday: Harvey on his centuries-old pecan orchard, now defunct due to the nearby operation of a coal-fired power plant.
Filmed for coalashchronicles
#photooftheday: Screenshot of some video of Harvey and Jeff in a defunct pecan orchard.
Bonus #photooftheday: This tree’s rings show clearly when air quality in the area began to be compromised. Count thirty rings from the outside and you can see where things started to go awry. The plant was built about thirty years ago.
#photooftheday: Harvey’s defunct pecan orchard in Fayetteville, Texas. This massive plot of dead trees was the result, he says, of the coal-fired power plant’s operation just four miles from here.
#photooftheday: Screen shot from an interview with pecan farmers in Texas who’s 200+ year-old orchards were compromised by emissions from a nearby power plant.
#photooftheday: Navajo weaving.
#photooftheday: Shiprock, New Mexico
#photooftheday: a deer somewhere off the grid in Nevada.
#photooftheday: the San Juan Generating Station is one of two plants straddling Fruitland, a residential area in the Navajo Nation.
#photooftheday: the Four Corners Generating Station overlooks this neighborhood on the Navajo reservation.
#photooftheday: an image from a forthcoming series about the proximity of coal power plants to homes on the Navajo reservation.
#photooftheday: wild horses somewhere in Nevada.