This piece documents an afternoon with Mark Browne as he examines which organisms survive 11 days after being planted in flowerpots on the Cremorne Point and Careening Cove seawalls in Sydney Harbour.
Filed under Bringing the project to life, Sydney Harbour (seawalls), Visuals
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