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  • Seafood platter
    s Merry Meal of Maritime Miscellany in Thorpeness Normally served in sea water this cocktail can last for up to 1000 years Contents previously used plastic pieces from many countries of origin Contents may vary May also contain toxins including dioxins and other persistent pollutants in high concentrations These may be seriously damaging to health Important read following warnings before use There are an estimated 46 000 pieces of plastic floating on the surface of every square mile of sea world wide This is mistaken for food leading to the death of over one million seabirds and over 100 000 marine mammals and turtles every year due to due to starvation the stomach becomes filled with plastic poisoning or entanglement Plastics can both contain and absorb highly toxic chemicals in great concentrations Plastic pellets have been found to accumulate up to one million times the level of those poisons that are floating in the water itself Often thought of as disposable plastic is in fact nearly impossible to dispose of taking between 500 and 1000 years to break down in sea water and then forming microscopic toxic particles which continue to contaminate our seas our beaches our wildlife and maybe

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/seafoodplatter.html (2016-02-09)
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  • On the water front
    images to see larger pictures I took these photos down on the waterfront in Ipswich on two sunny Autumn mornings and submitted them as part of a book for I came I saw impressions of Ipswich at the Town Hall

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/on%20the%20waterfront.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Spot the container
    around 10 000 containers are lost overboard every year making a significant contribution to marine pollution as well as presenting a major hazard to travel at sea For more information click here To draw attention to this issue i drew

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/dots.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Self-portrait from two carrier bags
    CARRIER BAGS rti I walked due north along the beach and picked up all man made debris that was in my path until my two carrier bags were full I then fixed the objects randomly to a wall I see

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/selfportraitbags.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Air today...gone tomorrow?
    in the UK and 2 million premature deaths worldwide each year source World Health Organization Yet we have no alternative but to breathe the air which surrounds us regardless of unacceptable pollution levels If there is a problem with our water supply we can buy bottled water if there is a problem with our air supply we must breathe it anyway and live if we can with the consequences Most of our land is privately owned even our water is now privately owned inconceivable a generation ago Will air be next So what can we do about it Join in our great AIR RAID and start saving air for the future now Donate air to AIR AID our new Air Bank and help the world breathe more easily Campaign to make a difference write to your MP about your concerns Need fresh air now see our exclusive range of FRESH AIR from the Suffolk coast and countryside available here NOW Finally why not download an AIR DONOR CARD now to carry with you and to ensure your last breath will not be wasted The air from the earth photograph shows the air above the horizon at Aldeburgh Suffolk at midday

    Original URL path: http://www.flyintheface.com/air.html (2016-02-09)
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  • An airplay
    was to market my hand made packets of five varieties of fresh air on eBay and in the small ads of magazines to highlight our commodification of everything However I was dismayed to find that air was already being seriously sold on eBay and I therefore took it to the high street instead posing as a merchandiser to give away free trial samples The pilot was a success and lead

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  • We need more planes - join our campaign now!
    imposed We need to increase our sourcing of those water hungry crops grown in Africa instead There is huge potential for expansion to other traditionally British crops such as lettuce cabbage and brussel sprouts which could also be flown in for our greater convenience FLIGHTS ARE NOT CHEAP ENOUGH Whilst significant improvements have been made in recent years and many families are enjoying several holidays a year abroad it is still not viable to go away every weekend Moreover it still costs more to fly to Paris than to catch my local bus to Ipswich though on the plus side the planes to Paris are a lot more frequent GLOBAL NOT LOCAL We must get our transport priorities right local transport particularly in rural areas is an unnecessary luxury after all we all know that fox hunting is the only issue that matters in the countryside today Existing government policy of reduced investment in buses trains and boats and reliance on market forces should be reinforced with a significant increase in investment in air traffic infrastructure WE MUST WIN THE RACE TO BE CO2 WORLD LEADERS Europe has a lot of catching up to do if we are to take our rightful place as the world s top CO2 producer the USA are clear Number One with China coming up fast from behind Our economy depends on keeping up with the first division world polluters Expansion of air traffic offers a huge opportunity to do this quickly efficiently and at low cost NOISE POLLUTION MUST BE DROWNED OUT The case for this speaks for itself 2 HOURS EXTRA SHELF LIFE ON CUT FLOWERS Our 1500 million retail market for cut flowers needs to be supported Many of the flowers we buy are grown in India which as a result has become a very important market for the pesticides and artificial fertilisers produced by British companies at very attractive profit margins Why spoil our own landscape and undermine the highly effective agricultural set aside system when flowers can be flown in from all over the world whilst at the same time supporting the British chemical industry More local airports could lead to an increased shelf life for flowers of at least 2 hours a great stride forward when you consider the investment in carbon and chemicals to get these flowers to us for a just a few days enjoyment EXPLOIT NO FUEL TAX Whilst clearly we must still invest in the car economy increases in petrol prices mean it is no longer always practical to travel by car There is no fuel tax on flights this is a benefit which cries out for us to let the plane take the strain and increase short hop internal air traffic in the UK We must provide the infra structure to fuel this growth EXPONENTIAL GROWTH IN ASTHMA FUELS GDP According to research source Datamonitor 2003 the asthma COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease market will increase by 35 to over 18 billion by 2011

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  • secret garden seed mix
    to the loose seed mix from a wheelbarrow in the gallery kept watered to encourage germination Each packet may contain the following seeds sprouting broccoli parsnip carrot camomile beans beetroot celery celeriac tomato parsley fennel radish carrot wintercress rocket lettuce pea dandelion verbena strawberry poppy evening primrose marigold coriander feverfew chive marjoram nettle heartsease daisy sunflower nasturtium borage tobacco plant angelica scarlet pimpernel veronica chickweed sage toadflax hop cosmos and

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