"The most basic thing that photography does is visually describe what can be seen. The problem facing photographers of the Marcellus Shale Documentary Project is that what they wish to describe cannot be seen — an invisible gas buried deep underground. They have struggled to document the effect of the natural gas drilling commonly known as fracking," reports the New York Times.
And yet, the project is deemed a success. The director is Pop City's own photographer, Brian Cohen.
Read the story and see the photos here.