Kevin O'Connell, 1958, is an American photographer who's main interest lies with machinery of energy development. His photographs consist of pumps, tanks, towers, wind turbines and pylons. Although there is a certain beauty in these machines and objects, it also raises questions about how we deal with our horizon and environment. These machines will one day break down and decay, but they will leave scars on the environment. O'Connell asks himself various questions, one of them is; What is the fate of the horizon? The following images come from the series Conventional Entropy, Everything Comes Broken and Big Burn.