Working mainly from the air, for the past two decades photographer Daniel Beltrá has had the pleasure of photographing in all seven continents, witnessing first hand both the beauty and tragedy found in nature across the world. Normally working from airplane or helicopter over the years Beltrá has been able to capture important man made disasters and the impact they've had on the surrounding environment.
Inspired and driven by the changes that man is causing in ecosystems around the world he's drawn to locations such as the Amazon forest, the Arctic and Southern Oceans where the effects that they're having are made the most visible.
Capturing what Beltrá describes in his own words as "human-made stresses,” his work has covered many disasters including oil spills and most recently the 2010 BP oil spill with photos that have just been published in the book SPILL. You can see more of his work on Instagram and Facebook.