This photo series examines the huge Dutch investment in indoor agriculture
South of Amsterdam, wedged between residential streets, greenhouses sprawl over the landscape as part of a decades-long push in the Netherlands to grow as much food as possible in a densely-packed country. “They cover a huge area, and it doesn’t matter which direction you turn, there are greenhouses everywhere,” Tom Hegen, a photographer who documented the glowing greenhouses in a series of aerial photographs, said over email.
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