The best way to observe a fish is to become a fish. 200.00 SOLD - Jacques Yves Cousteau
THE SEA HORSE
A seahorse was a very good omen to the superstitious pirate. 150.00 SOLD The Journey ahead would be a safe one.
THE CONCH SHELL
Vishnu, and Indian God, whose name means "All-Pervading," is the 200.00 SOLD protector of the world and the restorer of moral order. He is peaceful, merciful, and compassionate. He is always portrayed with his conch that bears the name of Panchajanya, meaning "having control." It's not a surprise that it was the inspiration for the Conch in 'Lord of the Flies.'
THE GREAT WAVE
In life, the wave will always tumble. You can choose to surf, 200.00 SOLD or choose to fumble.
Find your way. 150.00 SOLD
THE GIANT SQUID
Don't fight nature. It will always win. 200.00 SOLD
Let your dreams be the wind in the sails, and your values 120.00 SOLD be your anchor.
The fearless traveler. They aren't afraid of humans, sharks or storms. 150.00 SOLD Their wanderlust lifestyle makes them strong and versatile. The call of the seagull brings you back to the ocean, to remind you how small you are and of what really matters.
THE SEA DRAGON
That English mapmakers formerly placed the phrase 210.00 SOLD "here be dragons" at the edges of their known world. They represent the mysteries of what is beyond our knowledge.
The Magician. Changing his shape and texture at will, the octopus can 200.00 SOLD hide and hunt out in plain sight, tricking the eyes of all around him. And if his cover is blown he will spit a little ink in your eyes and exit with a final disappearing act.