Wake Up, Freak Out - then Get a Grip from Leo Murray on Vimeo.
This is a film called Wake Up, Freak Out - then Get a Grip by Leo Murray. Does it explain or hinder? Does it paralyse or promote action? Rhetoric or persuasion? I liked the poor man carrying the fat man with the tv set -- exactly whose carrot is it as they go over the cliff?
The film hints that it is more than individual consumption that needs changing but other than this does not go out to propose overly specific solutions (but see the tiny people at the end, though).
We disturbed a spoonbill roosting on the thrombolites. Musk duck calls out his territory in the water nearby.
These were quite squishy to the touch and birds had been pooing on them.
Close up of one of the lithified stones. I think this has been turned over when they dug the drain. It shows a non stratified texture. The brown fibres are fresh material dried on it from the last time the lake level was high. These whitish rocks are higher up the shore.