Glass Ball Fishing Floats For centuries fishermen have used glass ball floats to keep their nets buoyed upright when fishing in the ocean. Occasional storms detach the floats from the net setting the floats free to travel the sea current. The floats can spend many years in the ocean. At last these glass balls make landfall on distant shores.
This approximately 5x7 inch photographic print is displayed in a double mat with backing. The matted print is ready to slip into an 8x10 inch frame. An informational biography about the image is also included.