A LITTLE SLICE OF THE CARIBBEAN in PENNSYLVANIA

By Doug Gritzmacher

Director of Photography, Cinematographer
Denver, Colorado, Google+

 

Chris Jordan Bloch, Earth Justice filmmaker, just completed this story in Pennsylvania about the largest coal ash dumping ground. What you will see will be hard to believe. As the aerial views so deftly reveal, coal ash pollution transforms lakes into deceptively serene Caribbean-like turquoise blue seas. Close-up images tell the real story about how coal ash suffocates the life in and around these lakes. I contributed to this video, but the credit goes to Chris whose beautiful cinematography carries the show.

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