Archive, Azerbaijan, Baku, Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline, Hungary

*** holiday print sale *** / 17 prints for $75 each

*** holiday print sale ! ***

17 prints for $75 each
student discount: $50
print: 6″x10″ file size / 8″ x 10″ paper

to order, send a request to:
amanda.rivkin@gmail.com

I am offering up a selection of 17 different prints to choose from, each $75 for the holidays in an effort to fundraise for my forthcoming trip to Hungary to cover the aftermath of the toxic alumina industrial accident in the town of Ajka that occurred when a storage reservoir ruptured and sent toxic red sludge pouring into neighboring villages.

Any additional funds will go towards supporting my long term project on the “Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan: Exploring the Evolving Oil Economy,” visually charting nearly 1,100 miles of oil pipeline delivering Caspian crude oil from south of the Azeri capitol Baku through Georgia and the Caucuses and to the port of Ceyhan in Turkey’s far southeast, near the Syrian border.

The pipeline traverses three nations, lands belonging to believers in two of the world’s great religions, and skirts five conflict zones. In the process, a region accustomed to relying on neighboring Russia and Iran is returned energy independence and at times, oil riches. The project began in July 2010 with the assistance of a Young Explorers Grant from the Expeditions Council of the National Geographic Society.

or more information: www.nationalgeographic.com/field/grants-programs/young-explorers.html

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT