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Earley discusses the artistic creations of Sally Nunnally, who is the Educational Coordinator at the Marine Resources Center at Fort Fisher. Nunnally is a nature printer, and the process is called gyotaku, a Japanese word traditionally used to describe prints made from fish. Any object can be used, but the process remains the same--coat an object with ink and press paper against it and an impression of the object will be left behind.