The Line – Aftermath – Design You Trust

The Line – Aftermath

The photograph you see above isn’t the result of Photoshop or infrared photography. Captured by Spanish photographer Palíndromo Mészáros, it shows what the landscape of Ajka, Hungary looked like half a year after the Ajka alumina plant accident — an industrial disaster in which 35 million cubic feet of toxic waste flooded the land to a height of around 6.5 feet. Mészáros lined up the thick red line caused by the sludge with the horizon line to obtain this surreal image.

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Design You Trust Facebook page. You won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Adastra - iPad-controlled Luxury Yacht
Swimming Pig Off The Island Of Big Major Cay
2012 Sony World Photography Awards
Animal Lovers Converge on Pet Fair
"Into The Mirror" By Luca Meneghel
Breakfast in Bed: Extraordinary Color Photographs Revealed the First Class of Air France in the 1950s
Detroit Then And Now: An Artist Combined Historic Pictures Of Detroit With Modern Photographs
The World's Largest Gummy Worm
Beit Shemesh Yoga Studio for Ultra-Orthodox
2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer Of The Year Publishes First Round Of Beautiful Entries
Photographer Jun Yamamoto Captures The Magic Of Japan Streets At Night
Nat Geo Travel Contest Winners
A Collection of Fabulous Potato-Themed Real Photo Postcards From the Early 20th Century
Cherry Blossoms Paint A Lake Purple Making Tokyo Look Like A Fairytale
Chernobyl & Pompeii: 2018 Historical Photographer Of The Year Names Finalists
"Alien Architecture": Photographer Al Mefer Captures Futuristic Martian Architecture – In Benidorm, Spain
Photographer Captures Incredible Aerial Photos Show Thousands of Abandoned Military Aircraft
Wifi Dowsing Rod
Remarkable Behind-The-Scenes Photos From 'Back To The Future' That Will Bring You Back To The '80s
Atmospheric Retro Images Of The USSR As Photographed By American Professor Thomas T. Hammond
The Incredibly Talented Photographer Who Takes Gorgeous Photos With A Touch Of Rain
Photographer Kourtney Roy Makes Eerie Self-Portraits In Desolate Yet Dramatic Locations
Dreamy Nighttime Country Side & City Scenes Bathed In Neon By Photographer Elsa Bleda
Nikon Small World 2019: The Best Microscope Photos Of The Year