At the Phoenicia Glass Works Ltd. factory in Yeruham, Israel, massive mountains of soon-to-be-recycled shards of glass form an eerie, colorful landscape. Sorted into piles of green, brown and clear, the mounds reach up to 50 feet in height and stretch across the distance of several soccer fields. Pulitzer Prize-winning Israeli photographer Oded Bality recently traveled to Yeruham to photograph the scraps, producing some otherworldly images. Take a look at Mashable.
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