Wild British Columbia

Wild British Columbia

In 2008, the energy-giant Enbridge proposed a $5.5 billion pipeline that would shuttle a half million gallons of oil--everyday--from Alberta’s tar sands to oil tankers working British Columbia’s rugged west coast. The proposal ticked off countless environmental non-profits, First Nations groups, and conservation photographers, like Neil Ever Osborne. This summer, Osborne flew the proposed pipeline’s course, snapping aerial photos of wild B.C. that he hopes will convince the Canadian government to vote "no" on the pipeline. Here are his pictures. 


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