This piece was exhibited at Handmark Gallery in Hobart in May 2017. It is made from sterling silver and brass. The shape is taken from a piece of kelp (a form of seaweed) which is an important marine species around Tasmania. The decline in kelp populations due to warming seas and decreasing nutrient levels is of concern. This piece of jewellery, like others in the Head in the Clouds body of work is about the impact of climate change.