Reflections of BP Oil In Gulf

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    Greenpeace Senior Campaigner Lindsey Allen, walks through a patch of oil from the Deepwater Horizon on the breakwater in the mouth of the Mississippi River where it meets the Gulf of Mexico in Louisiana, Tuesday, May, 18, 2010. The BP leased Deepwater Horizon oil platform exploded April 20 and sank after burning, leaking an estimate of more than 210,000 gallons of crude oil per day from the broken pipeline to the sea. Eleven workers are missing, presumed dead. Photo by Sean Gardner/Greenpeace

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    Valerie Hadoux, vpetrash1958, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Louise Lindsay 48 months ago | reply

      wow- so very very sad

    2. George Hachey Photography 47 months ago | reply

      The saddest thing! As a wildlife photographer, I am devastated. My heart goes out to all the people "sadly, THE WORLD" affected by this oil spill. Thank you Greenpeace and all other organizations that have been trying to warn the world about such a disaster.

    3. jmc baseball 47 months ago | reply

      A good capture of a sad situation

    4. M. Dolly 44 months ago | reply

      BP is committed to paying all legitimate claims for damages resulting:
      Make them Pay: www.bp.com/claims

      BP should pay the millions of unemployed people to go fix this mess. I'd be out there in a minute to see and help what is really going on. The oil disaster is going to affect our grandchildren and other future generations, especially the wildlife. The is no excuse for ruining an ocean. They should go broke in the process of fixing it, because in my heart there is no redemption. God only knows what is really going on, our media can not report the full agenda.

    5. Funks Media 39 months ago | reply


      i too am devastated as a photographer, greedy should be illegal, it alters way more than just what people "wanta see" it effects EVERYTHING and anything.....our wildlife, our environment, and our planet.

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