It’s An Outdoor Office | Mining Industrial Photographer James Hodgins

With snowshoes strapped to his boots and a handful of electrodes,  Bruce begins his trek into the bush along the previously staked path where he will hammer each electrode into the ground before an electrical current is transmitted into the subsurface to locate subsurface materials.  

I spent the day yesterday with the CXS www.cxsltd.com crew on a remote lake documenting the Induced Polarization (IP) Process they were “conducting” at the time.  It was a crisp sunny day on the lake but the environment we were surrounded by yielded some amazing backdrops for their images.

 

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