20 m green plastic in a straight line picked on a 200 m long strip of beach on the island of Sal, Cape Verde.
All along the beaches there are garbage, mostly plastic. Everything has been washed up by the waves and comes from the sea. No one can fail to consider the fact that the oceans today conceal perhaps the world's largest garbage dump.
I decided to make a line of debris and see how many yards I could get together in a single colour on a limited distance. All other materials were kept and the beach was far from being cleaned of all debris when I had completed the line made out of green garbage.
This is how it looked like before I collected some of the rubbish