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Posted 11.21.13 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Dennis DeHart: Heavy Metal



The bones of “Uncle Bunker’s,” a former zinc smelter in Kellogg, Idaho. The original 600-foot stack was demolished in 1998. Click image to enlarge.

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ABOUT THE ESSAY

Heavy Metal
On Places, photographer Dennis DeHart traces the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes through one of the world's largest and most contaminated historic mining districts.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dennis DeHart is a photographer and Assistant Professor at Washington State University.
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