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Each year countless tonnes of rubbish washes up from the oceans, seas and rivers on to the world's coastlines. This rubbish carelessly disgarded effects already fragile ecosystems battling oil and contamination spills, increasing human traffic and rising sea tempertures.

Each year countless tonnes of rubbish washes up from the oceans, seas and rivers on to the world's coastlines. This rubbish carelessly disgarded effects already fragile ecosystems battling oil and contamination spills, increasing human traffic and rising sea tempertures.

water sculpture made from rubbish. Bev Plowman. (I cleaned it up! :) )

water sculpture made from rubbish. Bev Plowman. (I cleaned it up! :) )

Perhaps it's because deep-fried seafood is so often associated with fast-food joints that we forget how good a whole deep-fried fish can be. The skin, coated lightly in flour and a sprinkling of cayenne pepper or Old Bay, turns crispy with little bubbles and craters. When you take your first bite, a rush of steam from the interior gives way to moist, tender flesh. You can eat the fins as well as the whole fish head, which turns as crispy as a potato chip. To repeat: you can actually eat the…

Perhaps it's because deep-fried seafood is so often associated with fast-food joints that we forget how good a whole deep-fried fish can be. The skin, coated lightly in flour and a sprinkling of cayenne pepper or Old Bay, turns crispy with little bubbles and craters. When you take your first bite, a rush of steam from the interior gives way to moist, tender flesh. You can eat the fins as well as the whole fish head, which turns as crispy as a potato chip. To repeat: you can actually eat the…

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helloboneshelloheart: Barracuda surrounding a diver off the coast of Sipadan, Malaysia (by David Doubilet).Wow and I thought being cut off by two barracuda to be intimidating!

Inject my eyeball on Behance

Inject my eyeball on Behance