Slick Near Deepwater Horizon

Oh slick, it’s back – a seven-mile-long oil slick has been spotted in the Gulf of Mexico just 11 miles from the infamous Deepwater Horizon disaster. The toxic residue is clearly visible on the oceans surface in these pictures which are likely to worry environmentalists and politicians alike. The disturbing images were taken by conservationist Bonny Schumaker who has been carrying out flights over the area for the past year monitoring wildlife.

Oh slick, it's back - a seven-mile-long oil slick has been spotted in the Gulf of Mexico just 11 miles from the infamous Deepwater Horizon disaster. The toxic residue is clearly visible on the oceans surface in these pictures which are likely to worry environmentalists and politicians alike. The disturbing images were taken by conservationist Bonny Schumaker who has been carrying out flights over the area for the past year monitoring wildlife.

Oh slick, it's back - a seven-mile-long oil slick has been spotted in the Gulf of Mexico just 11 miles from the infamous Deepwater Horizon disaster. The toxic residue is clearly visible on the oceans surface in these pictures which are likely to worry environmentalists and politicians alike. The disturbing images were taken by conservationist Bonny Schumaker who has been carrying out flights over the area for the past year monitoring wildlife.

Oh slick, it's back - a seven-mile-long oil slick has been spotted in the Gulf of Mexico just 11 miles from the infamous Deepwater Horizon disaster. The toxic residue is clearly visible on the oceans surface in these pictures which are likely to worry environmentalists and politicians alike. The disturbing images were taken by conservationist Bonny Schumaker who has been carrying out flights over the area for the past year monitoring wildlife.

Oh slick, it's back - a seven-mile-long oil slick has been spotted in the Gulf of Mexico just 11 miles from the infamous Deepwater Horizon disaster. The toxic residue is clearly visible on the oceans surface in these pictures which are likely to worry environmentalists and politicians alike. The disturbing images were taken by conservationist Bonny Schumaker who has been carrying out flights over the area for the past year monitoring wildlife.