egyptian enigma 02 / 26, open culture bottle project

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Egyptian Enigma Images
Bottle Launch Thrown from shore into a strong riptide from Norton's Point, Wasque Beach, Chappaquiddick, Martha's Vineyard, MA. Luke Cushanick threw the bottle around 4:30 pm on September 8, 2016. 41.3744° N, 70.4729° W
 
 
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Found? If you found this bottle, please use the form below to contact me with photographic proof, date, time, and place. Then I'll be able to update this section with your FOUND information, including photos. Thank you!
 

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Vision

This bottle, Egyptian Enigma, was the first one thrown by my spouse, Luke. He threw it from Wasque Beach on Chappaquiddick, Massachusetts into a frothing, barnacle-stripping riptide, and it disappeared almost immediately. I would really love this one to make it across the Atlantic Ocean to France or the Canary Islands, although I'd be equally happy if someone picked it up in Nantucket! This collage references the letter "e" with visual free association that manifested into an Egyptian enigma. The magician figure has a resemblance to Luke, and certainly, Luke would love to stroll about with such an elegant ocelot whilst conjuring fairy lights for a double-headed, lioness-crocodile-headed goddess (me?), but then again, pondering is the crux of the enigmatic...

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