Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Now That's a Big Fish Tank!



I've been so busy with my book project I haven't had any time to actually BLOG about it. But I promise I will. In the meantime, here's a wonderful piece by Jon Rawlinson. This is so hypnotic and gorgeous and HUGE. And the music is just...*sigh*.

15 comments:

Jennifer Noel Bower said...

THAT is amazing!!!! I thought the Georgia Aquarium was huge but...WOW!!!! It was actually a bit disconcerting watching little scuba man going about his work - so the reason why I don't swim in the ocean. I realize all too well that I am at the bottom of the food chain. Wonderfully peaceful from this vantage point. Can't WAIT to see the book project *saw some on your website ":)* True to your awesomeness what I've seen looks fabulous. Thought about you all last night as I struggled with painting a night scene. You go it so very well. Big hugs!

The Art of Kim Kincaid said...

Mesmerizing. I didn't noticed the humans until the second viewing.

Corina said...

Woooow! This is absolutely amazing!
Have a nice weekend and best luck with your book project!

Michaele Razi said...

Yes, I'm a little nervous for those divers down there. I mean, there's sharks and sting rays and other crazy things in there. But it's so preeettttyyy...Hope y'all had a good weekend!

Jennifer Noel Bower said...

Halooooooo! Thanks for checking back in on my spooky/mysterious piece. Yeah! I went back and forth with the final values and struggled with a happy medium. I am glad you thought the lighting worked though. I always appreciate your wonderful words of wisdom and visits. Many thanks.

Shirley said...

What an awesome video, Michaele - makes me wanna visit. I love things like this! I am excited to see/hear more about your book project..that is fantastic..can't wait to see a snippet! : ) And it's always so great to see your visit..hope you are well!

illustration poetry said...

heyyy good luck with your project, i'll keep my fingers crossed! :D

no worries, i havent blogging much lately, my life has been a complete mess x(

xoxo

Missy said...

Wow, that is awesome! Keep plugging away at that book project!

Sandra Evertson said...

This is really beautiful.
About your post below.
I am so very sorry about your pup. I understand... An animal can give a kind of love that has no comparison. You are lucky in that you will be able to give him ALL the LOVE that is possible right now.
Regards,
Sandra Evertson

Dennis Salvatier said...

Hey Michaele! Loved this video. As always you know where to find the cool stuff. I always want to share your stuff on facebook and twitter, but you don't have the social media buttons on your blog. Set those up those we can share with others and bring more traffic to your blog. :)

Nina Seven said...

congrats on your book project! Can't wait to see what you've been doing, isn't it so hard not to be able to share! thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment, I really appreciate it!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWW!!! This is an awesome post. I have never seen a tank so big! How fabulous. Thanks so much for stopping by to visit me. I know how hard it is these days to blog. I so appreciate your visit. Best you while you work.
Be creative.
V

Darrell Toland said...

Hi ya Raz,
Just checking in. I hope to see you again soon and hear about your book.

Crystal Cook said...

That is SO amazing. :) I'm so glad you shared this. Hope you're doing good my friend!

Diana Evans said...

holy smokes!!! that is one huge tank....amazing to say the least!!!! wow!!! thank you for sharing this!!!