We’re still following that gyre, and yes, that is a bird full of plastic: “What happened to that disposable Solo cupâ€”the one you used once at a work partyâ€”after you tossed it into the garbage? For that matter, what happens to any of the countless plastic products (shopping bags, coffee stirrers, water bottles, etc.) we use and then discard on a daily basis? Of course, conventional plastic doesnâ€™t readily biodegrade; so where is it now? If you live in North America or Asia, thereâ€™s a chance that cup is trapped in a broad ocean current, known as a gyre, in the middle of the northern Pacific Ocean along with an untold number of other pieces of litter in what has been named the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.” Read the interview with Gyre photographer Chris Jordan.Â Or just check out his work.