As Easter approaches the egg hunt from last year is still on, this being the hunt for the remaining ceramic eggs placed in the River Thames by the artist ANON.
With 5000 ceramic eggs of varying sizes and glazes, stragglers and strays are still being found, the most recent by Johanna on a bird sanctuary near Purfleet, this being egg number 1550 London sporting a ‘Jackson Pollock’ glazes of mottled cream, brown and blue.
The quest is still on to find some more of the remaining 5000 that are still out there on the shores of the Thames Estuary, from The North Kent Coast to the Essex Coast on the North side, nestled in the marsh grass and on tide lines. You will find some of the ceramic eggs if you look hard enough at least one is found each week the others will be long gone to the Channel or North Sea.
If you find one let me know and send in a photograph or send a tweet and load it up to my Twitter account talesbytheriver