18 March 2014

March 29th: it's lights out, for the reef


 Currently on exhibition at Customs House, Circular Quay, Sydney


Drawing attention to the demise of our Great Barrier Reef in just sixteen years time, from the effects of climate change.  


 Crocheted coral art-forms created by 350 people around Australia





Earth Hour can be acknowledged/celebrated/supported, by turning lights off, at 8.30 p.m. on Saturday March 29th


5 comments:

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

they look like hair scrunchies ... i think that that is what they call them? they did call them that when i was in school??! what a creative way of thinking. so neat!! ( :

Irma said...

Hi Carole,
Very good to draw your attention to the Great Barrier Reef.
If it goes so everything disappears, thanks to climate change.
Very nicely done all the crocheted.
Greetings Irma

Bob Bushell said...

A flower like sewing, brilliant craft.

Montanagirl said...

So sad to lose the Great Barrier Reef! Beautiful handiwork to memorialize it.

Jeanne said...

How tragic for the Great Barrier Reef to be damaged, Wonderful way of bringing attention to this, and hoping that there are things that can be done to remedy this. Have you snorkeled or dived in this area before?? It must be amazing