They used to have one of these at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, it was my favorite thing to see there. It amazed me how something so large and unlovely could move with such amazing grace and fluidity. Such joy!
Photograph by Brian Skerry A school of black margates hangs, a living mobile of fish, off the reef at Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Hol Chan, created in is the oldest marine reserve in Belize.
Gyotaku (Ghee-yo-tah-koo) Taking rubbings of fish then eating fish later in day.
sharks swimming underwater Photography by Zena Holloway - 'Open Water' series
Fish printing: Gyotaku prints are prints or rubbings made by putting pigment onto a fish and making a print directly from the fish. In ancient Japan, the purpose of these prints were to record how large a fish was caught. By Barry Singer
Author: Linda Toigo "Pinocchio is swallowed by the Terrible Shark Dog" Scene from a book on three levels illustrated with etching linoleum cut by hand
Red Snapper - Gyotaku Fish Rubbing - Limited Edition Print (18.75 x 11)
Cynthia Strickland- Red Snapper - Gyotaku Fish Rubbing - Limited Edition Print x Done with a real fish then when print is dry she went over it with some painting techniques to make it look real and alive.