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Driftwood Art, seen in New Zealand (East Coast of the North Island)



Tell me, what do YOU see?
Witch craft?
Voodoo signs?
A human skull?
Head of a whale?
A snake?
A bull’s skull?
A tiger’s tooth?

Cape Reinga, New Zealand, where Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean kiss

Cape Reinga, New Zealand, where Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean kiss

The sea is everything. It covers seven-tenths of the terrestrial globe. Its breath is pure and life-giving. It is an immense desert place where man is never lonely, for he senses the weaving of Creation on every hand. It is the physical embodiment of a supernatural existence… For the sea is itself nothing but love and emotion. It is the Living Infinite, as one of your poets has said. Nature manifests herself in it, with her three kingdoms: mineral, vegetable, and animal. The ocean is the vast reservoir of Nature.
– Jules Verne, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea