Cyanotype Impressions of the Atlantic Ocean in Maine by Rachel E. Church follows Atkins’ process for washing, pressing, drying and printing seaweed found in the ocean near her home in Maine. Church included found plastic trash in these images, highlighting the similarities and differences between the seaweed and plastic trash. Cyanotype is a fitting choice for producing images related to the environment. The chemicals used in cyanotype have a lower toxicity compared to other photographic methods. This method also uses the environmental elements of sunshine and water thus creating a match of medium and content.