Thursday, March 20, 2014

WISHING I WAS FISHING

The charm of fishing resides in the pursuit of what's elusive but attainable and spending lots of money getting (or not) something that's for free. There's a thin line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot, but for most people it's not about the catch, they just want to be somewhere quiet relaxing, after all a bad day fishing beats a good day at work.

 boy and his cat fishing on a bridge illustration by Robert Wagtdeux enfants a la peche aux poissons illustration par Marion Favolle

People fishing by a waterfall illustration by Tom Haugomatan X-ray fish illustration by Marc Martin

a boat full of people fishing illustration by David Kleina bright colored fishing girl illustration by Marimekko

a cat relaxing on a boat after a fish dinner illustration by Marc Simonta happy fisher man in Steve Mack's fishing illustration

Something fishy, fishing illustrations clockwise from top left; boy and his cat fishing on a bridge by Robert Wagt, boy and girl catching fish by  Marion Fayolle, an X-ray fish illustration by Marc Martin, a bright colored fishing girl by Finnish company Marimekko,  a happy fisher man and a happy fish in Steve Mack's fishing illustration, a cat relaxing after a fish dinner by Marc Simont, a boat full of people fishing by David Klein and people fishing by a waterfall by Tom Haugomat.

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