This image is of the first meeting between a male and female Giant Pacific Octopus. Can you tell which is which? I love the fact that they are both
SO different… just like all creatures unique and beautiful in their own ways.
Image Size: 47.875"w X 29.5"h
This image comes on a 1- 5/8” deep panel made from FSC Birch with black lacquered sides, printed with archival inks, and sealed with matte varnish and UV coating.
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