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    Working in Canada's oil sands north of Fort McMurray, Alberta often means long days and long periods away from home in a work camp. This particular shot was captured in the dining hall at breakfast—that is, breakfast in the afternoon prior to a graveyard shift.
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    This is a common enough scene but the photographer had the presence of mind to see a picture here. It is a good reminder to have your camera with you and to make the picture. Including the disorder of the chairs and tables contributes to the feeling being expressed.

    Fritz Hoffmann and Kathya Landeros
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    Date Uploaded: Oct 24, 2015
    Location: Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada
    Copyright: © Ryan Russell
    Categories: Culture, Places, People
    Assignments: Inside Access