A Sea Of Plastic ["Mar De Plástico"]

‘A Sea Of Plastic’ is a series of twelve photographs, and an exhibition, that document plastic pollution on the Ecuadorian coast and explores some of the main causes of this growing global problem.

This exhibition [Guayaquil, Ecuador March 1st – March 31st, 2019] is part of Fabiola Minda’s ongoing project, “Where Does My Plastic Go?”, which documents plastic pollution around the world and that seeks to create environmental awareness by means of visual storytelling.

  • For Exhibition. Guayaquil, Ecuador – “Where Does My Plastic Go” project.
  • Date January 2019 – March 2019
  • Type Documentary journalism
  • URL fabiolamindaph.com/blog/6670578746107363341
  • Copyright © Fabiola Minda 2019 All rights reserved
  • Location Santa Elena province, Ecuador

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A girl has found an empty Coke’s bottle and has turned it into her new toy. This the story if the Non-reusable Plastic Bottle.

Manglaralto, Ecuador

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In this fishing port, the son of a fisherman has found a plastic bag that he is playing with. The drifting plastic garbage has become a regular element in the games of many children around the globe

Anconcito, Ecuador.

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A seagull pecks at the plastic items that have reached this beach. Many species die worldwide due to plastic consumption.

Santa Rosa, Ecuador