Under the Jolly Roger

(96 pages, color)

  • The Brasilian Eagle
  • ....and again we shall talk about the gentlemen of fortune

  • Because of one seagul

"Say the word 'treasure' and people immediately think of pirates, deserted island, old maps that have crosses on them to indicate where the treasure is hidden. The romantic myth of "SHARKS" told by Defoe, Scott and Stevenson belongs to our culture, it is very much alive and, to my great amazement, of all stories and legends about the hidden treasures, these that talk about the pirates' gold are closest to reality."