Shark/Fish

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Shark/Fish

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I've never looked for a suiseki before, let alone know what to do with it (cleaning, display, etc) so no idea if this even qualifies as one...
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Anyway, I was away camping/4WDing and there were a lot of rocks in a dried up part of a creek and I just looked for something that appeared interesting. Thought this looked like a shark/fish.

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I agree with you! Now you just need to carve a daiza so it sits in the right orientation, I guess!
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Post by Boics »

Yes I see it..
More beer helps.
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