This tail is the “propeller’ that pushes this world traveler to speeds of up to 50 mph. Traversing the full width of the Pacific, these sleek swimmers come to feed on the bait fish created by the great upwelling along the west coast each summer.
Image Size: 12"w X 12"h
This fine art reproduction is digitally printed with archival inks on 1 5/8” thick FSC Birch wood with black lacquered sides, and sealed with matte varnish and UV coating.
I have created these Avatars from my bodies silhouette filled with creatures that inhabit the sea, air and land within one mile of my home...View full product details
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