It made my day to see how my humble photo of our seagrasses could help raise awareness of seagrasses in Tasmania. If my simple photo can help save sea dragons on such a beautiful shore, it would be amazing!
Here's what Nicholas Alexander, NRM Project Officer from Kingborough Council wrote to me:
"A while ago I contacted you in regards to using an image (or more) for some signage we were creating to raise awareness of seagrass communities in our local community in southern Tasmania.
The photo (below) wasn't a good photo and wasn't a photo of seagrasses in good condition. Taken with a point and shoot, of seagrasses at Tanah Merah impacted by the massive crude oil spill in 2010. By the way, our seagrasses and reefs at Tanah Merah recovered from the oil spill within a year.
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