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Night Fishing on Monterey Bay - tapestry

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Printed on 100% Organic Cotton Sateen, Polyester Crepe de Chine or Silky Faille. Printed on 1 yard of fabric (91.44cm x 132cm). Image size 34"x38.5" (86.36cm x 97.69cm). Unhemmed for custom display options. 

NOAA chart, Public Domain. © Visualmyth Fabric. 

The abalone borders celebrate the rebirth of the abalone industry in Monterey. 

"In practically all cases sardine schools in Monterey Bay are located by the luminescence their movements produce. The "fire" or the "lights" can be seen readily only on dark nights, and for this reason the fishing is almost entirely confined to the night hours when the moon is not shining." California State Fisheries, 1929.

John Steinbeck's handwriting from a draft of "Grapes of Wrath". "El Carmel" sardine can label, 1922. Archival photographs of California, general interest, not related to the image.

A visualmyth created using visual  elements of "The Forgotten Village". Story and screenplay by John Steinbeck. Narrated by Burgess Meridith. Music by Hans Eisler. Conducted by Jascha Horenstein. Photography by Alexander Hackensmid. Directed and produced by Herbert Kline. Pan-American Films. Powered by ONADIME.
Visualmyth © 2009 Patrick Burke.

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