Whale Flow

Whale Flow

Mikawoz Whale Flow

Here is an abstract whale made with Indian Ink and nib pens.

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Rhodesian Ridgeback

Rhodesian Ridgeback by Mary Mikawoz - Photography

Rhodesian Ridgeback by Mary Mikawoz – Photography

Rhodesian Ridgeback

This includes two photographs of a Rhodesian Ridgeback or the African lion hound. In one, he is sunning himself, gazing into the sun and in the other; he is galloping and frolicking in the ocean. I feel as if he is dreaming of playing in the waters.

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Moon through Palm Trees

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This photographic shot was taken in the evening while we enjoyed a Luau on Oahu, Hawaii.  The moon is almost hidden by the palm trees even though it is fully in the sky.  Who doesn’t like a full moon?  There is something spectacular in seeing the whole moon light up the night sky.  One of the most amazing things for me is the way the lunar appearance affects entire oceans with ensuring the pull and withdrawal of the waters surf.

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Pacific Jellyfish

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Pacific Jellyfish

This is a photo of Pacific Sea Nettle Jellyfish.  They have been roaming the seas for anywhere from 500 to 700 million years.  They move elegantly with their gelatinous umbrella-shaped bell bodies and flowing tentacles.  They dance as if to music and I was quite mesmerized by them.  They range in size from 1 millimeter to 2 meters in size for their bodies.  Their nerve net system is in their epidermis.  Some jellyfish are light-sensitive through something called ocelli while some jellyfish have up to 24 eyes, 2 of which can see colour.  As you can see, there is quite a range.  They also have a life-cycle going from polyps to the medusa stage.

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