Photographer Captures Waves of Trash in Indonesia

Photographer Captures Waves of Trash in Indonesia

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Indonesia. Photograph: © SAF – Coastal Care

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Waves for days. Trash for eternity. That’s what photographer Zak Noyle discovered on a recent trip to Java, Indonesia.

The waves of Java, always known for being pristine and barreling, were now rolling swells of disgusting trash and debris…

In addition to the sea of plastic, large objects like tree trunks were being tossed around in the waves. Indonesia, a country comprised of more than 17,000 islands, suffers from a terrible trash problem that is polluting its waters.

Read Full Article And View Photos, GrindTV
Surfing paradise has a serious trash problem…Zak Noyle’s remarkable photos illustrate how pollution is plaguing some parts of Indonesia…

Watch A SlideShow: “Photographer Captures Surfing on Waves of Trash in Indonesia,” Youtube

Photographer Captures Waves of Trash in Indonesia, Huffington Post

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