Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Forever Preserved

Plastics that have been littered or thrown out will eventually float into the ocean. Black-footed Albatross are ocean surface feeders and depend on finding food on the oceans surface for themselves. The birds often mistake floating plastic debris as food and will ingest high quantities of plastic bottle caps, plastic fragments, discarded cigarette lighters, and plastic toys. The plastic will still remain within the decayed ribcage even after the birds death.

Set an example to others and encourage them to help. Every little bit helps. Pollution in the water will eventually lead back to us.

showed me these videos and I think we all need to be more aware of what actually goes on in our world. Please watch the videos.

Pacific Garbage Dump- Nightline

World biggest garbage dump - plastic in the Ocean


jurffy said...

this is really nice dom, nice message too.

Anonymous said...

thanks for the shout out. haha.

well, obviously, i love this piece.

i also like the blurb you wrote to go with this... so true. everyone should be more aware and choose to play a part in the preservation of our planet and its species.


Peter Hong Chan said...

hey dom, great message and strong image.

I have to say this is the favourite image from you so far!! Keep it going!

Ashley Ross said...

the colourful strings/thread add a really nice touch!

Jackson said...

Really nice piece Dom! Love it! Especially love the color you put in, very strong piece!