IF ANYONE IS HEADING TO PERRANPORTH BEACH (or any beach for that matter) PLEASE REMEMBER TO DO YOUR #2minutebeachclean OUR BEAUTIFUL BEACH NEEDS YOUR HELP NOW MORE THAN EVER!!! 💪♽🌊 This is the plastic problem #Perranporth is suffering from this morning 😥 after the water subsides this is what's left a tangle of rope, twigs, bottle lids, polystyrene and even a intact spade from the summer floated past us at one point. Now the tide is dropping there's a chance for a tidy up before this evening which everyone's hoping won't be so bad 🤞🤞 #plasticpollution#plastictide#surfersagainstsewage#cornwall#kernow#storm#tideline
Sometimes a fresh start brings a lot of light ~ Taryn Toomey
Lots of light....
Cornflakes for breakfast anyone?
The tide line is covered with cornflakes, which means the water is currently like the biggest cereal bowl ever.
Chronicles of the Anthropocene - the visual poetry of our shores. • Prints made by Jo Atherton from plastic objects washed ashore on the UK coast. • 'In my work, two timeframes converge - deep, geological time and the temporality of single-use plastics. For me, intercepting the tide line offers a unique resource for the artistic interpretation of the age we inhabit and the would-be relics of the future.' • Featured in Edition Two.