Now that you’ve all recovered from this years Lammas camp, Tiro and I have something for you to think about.
Oceans cover over 2/3 of the surface of our planet, from shallow sandy beaches to deep arctic waters, life can be found going down into the Challenger Deep, 10,916 metres, which equates to 35,814 feet below us. Water varies in temperature, salinity, density and chemical composition to provide the most variable habitat on the planet.
So: here’s where you get to have a think:
What do oceans mean to you? Do you have a favourite memory of an ocean, visiting the seaside, or perhaps diving or fishing? Do you feel a spiritual connection to salt water, or a liminality when on the shore? A sense of ‘between places’? Or is your connection to a marine animal? Given the choice and capability would you live underwater, either in an adapted habitat or in open water? Would you study marine biology or oceanography if given the opportunity?
Send your answers on a starfish, frilled shark tooth or alternatively, leave us a comment 🙂