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'tied' is a photographic essay exploring the resting place of debris discarded from ships and boats - much of it carried to remote beaches around the world.

It is a gentle visual remonstration urging people to be more aware of the effects of their mundane actions.

The oceans are vast but everything thrown overboard ends up somewhere - it doesn't just disappear....

'tied' acts as a conversation starter to get people talking about the problem of everyday human pollution of our earth's oceans, and what to do about it.


About the Author

Gary Warner
nimpitja Sydney, Australia

Artist, digital media maker, creative director of CDP Media (maker of media for artists, galleries, museums and visitor centres - cultural production only). Advocate for understanding and preservation of Australian natural ecologies, reader, walker, bike-rider, mbira player. Owner and caretaker of 25 hectares of intact Sydney sandstone bushland supporting 120+ species of native birds. Urban wanderer, photographer, occasional poet of haiku and tanka forms. Tea drinker - oolong, pu'erh. Plants man.

Comments (2) Write a comment


hutak says

Attractive and chilling, a beautiful nightmare, great photos highlighting a very important issue.

posted at 06:10am Dec 26 PST


Trullez says

Great colors, great close ups, beautiful compositions. Great photo's and an inspiration for my next seaside walk with camera.

posted at 12:45am Oct 21 PST

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