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With Estonian photographer Alexander Gronsky:
[Photos: Alexander Gronsky]
Most of these pictures are of Norilsk, the world's most northerly city, notorious for the pollution from its nickel mines. [Previously. Previouslier.]
Other images, from Less Than One, cover a wider area, including Vladivostock (second to last, with the sunbather on the roof).
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