ammonites (fossils) - loved collecting fossils like these as a child with my dad on family holidays by the sea

ammonites (fossils) - loved collecting fossils like these as a child with my dad on family holidays by the sea Mais

Nautilus, usually a deep water specimen, seen here floating around a reef. Via Instagram.

Nautiluses are the sole living cephalopods whose bony body structure is externalized as a shell. The animal can withdraw completely into its shell and close the opening with a leathery hood formed from two specially folded tentacles.

walzerjahrhundert:  Gustav Gurschner, Art Nouveau bronze mermaid lamp with nautilus shell shade, circa 1899

Nice that shells are used in the lamps. Kind of brings the sea indoors. I wonder if we could use that thematically in the apartment. walzerjahrhundert: Gustav Gurschner, Art Nouveau bronze mermaid lamp with nautilus shell shade, circa 1899

Nautiluses are the sole living cephalopods whose bony body structure is externalized as a shell. The animal can withdraw completely into its shell and close the opening with a leathery hood formed from two specially folded tentacles.

Nautilus (Nautilus pompilius) a Cephalopod fossil of the seas unchanged since the Triassic Period 500 million years ago. It lives in the deep waters of the Pacific Ocean

So perfect for Violet's under the sea nursery!   Build Your Own Nautilus Bookshelf | Mental Floss

Build Your Own Nautilus Bookshelf

instructables: “Nautilus Bookshelf: “This nautilus-inspired bookshelf isn’t meant to be efficient or to pack books neatly, it’s about willingly, enthusiastically accepting the chaos that is kids.

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea illustration in honor of Captain Nemo, who of course is going to make an appearance in The Stolen Voice.    :)

Sci-fi book illustrations from the 1800s by Alphonse de Neuville

These illustrations by Alphonse de Neuville and Édouard Riou were produced for the 1871 Hetzel edition of Jules Verne’s pioneering sci-fi novel “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.

MY RED KACHINA : AWESOMELY BEAUTIFUL MAGNIFICENT RED AND ORANGE PLANET | OUT OF THIS WORLDX

MY RED KACHINA : AWESOMELY BEAUTIFUL MAGNIFICENT RED AND ORANGE PLANET

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Nautilus. Ever growing, ever changing. Once it grows a new, larger chamber it cannot go back to the previous ones; they no longer fit. It has no choice but to move on. Still, the old chambers are still part of them. Just as we are forced to move through life. Our past still stands and affects who we are today.

X-ray Nautilus shell by Bert Myers. Love that I see nautilus shells all the time

Love this steampunk-ish traveler

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Snail with Nautilus Shell Artist: Jeremias Ritter (Master died German, Nuremberg Nautilus shell, silver gilt Wadsworth Atheneum

Nautilus shell. The chambered nautilus lives in tropical waters extending from the Andaman Sea east to Fiji and from southern Japan to the Great Barrier Reef. This animal usually lives where the slopes of coral reefs descend into deep waters. During the day, it resides in dark cool waters at depths from 900-2,000 feet and ascends to shallower waters (300-500 feet deep) at night to feed.  They locate food by smelling the ocean currents for traces of dead or dying prey. --National Zoo

The chambered nautilus lives in tropical waters extending from the Andaman Sea east to Fiji and from southern Japan to the Great Barrier Reef. This animal usually lives where the slopes of coral reefs descend into deep waters.

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Nautilus shell with counterclockwise and clockwise spiral represents the continuum.  https://www.pinterest.com/LeslieAnneliese/spirals/

The Fibonacci spiral can be found throughout nature, and is part of the sacred geometry that represents divinity and unity

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