Beachcombing is a pastime where people search, or ‘comb’ the beach and intertidal zone for intersting or useful objects. “Beachcombers” is a simple visual study of how the objects we find while on the beach are an indicator of the rise in environmentally damaging industries and the negative impacts of the anthropocene.

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Common Limpet shells found on Castle Beach, Falmouth

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Ray egg cases found on Gylly Beach, Falmouth

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Sea-glass found on Skye Beach, Falmouth

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Fishing rope found on Muddy Beach, Penryn

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Bottle caps found on Harlyn Bay Beach, Harlyn 

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