Mosaic K1 potash mine near Esterhazy, Saskatchewan, Canada.
A view of mine K1, whose construction began at the end of the 1950s, and commenced production in 1962. A second mine, K2, completed in 1967, is located 10 km away, and both mines are connected by an underground tunnel. The "smoke" emanating from the chimney is composed primarily of steam.

photo: Martin Mraz (image by Martin Mraz)
Mosaic K1 potash mine near Esterhazy, Saskatchewan, Canada. A view of mine K1, whose construction began at the end of the 1950s, and commenced production in 1962. A second mine, K2, completed in 1967, is located 10 km away, and both mines are connected by an underground tunnel. The "smoke" emanating from the chimney is composed primarily of steam. photo: Martin Mraz
©Martin Mraz
lightstalkers.org/martinmraz | View all images in this gallery | Play slideshow | Feed-icon-10x10-dim Subscribe via RSS
http://www.martinmraz.com
https://www.facebook.com/MrazPhoto
Icon-previous Icon-next