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Shells on shells






74 comments:

  1. wow, i've never been lucky to find shells as big as that.

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  2. Wow...that is a treasure! So cool.

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  3. Hello Sue!

    Happy New Year! Happy to be back on my blog again!

    This is a very unusual and beautiful shell, I definitely would have picked this one up on the beach as a "keeper"!

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  4. Isn't it cool how we are all parasites to some degree or another.

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  5. Did I see fire in the shell? Unusual pictures.love it

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  6. Beautiful shells !!
    Have a nice new week !

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  7. what a great find. looks so cool.
    have a nice day

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  8. Great treasure of the sea.
    Thanks for hosting, greetings from Germany

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  9. That shell has been a good home to many looking at it

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  10. I think shells are beautiful objects! I love the way the light appears like a flame in your picture!

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  11. Really interesting subject. I probably would've kept looking for a nicer cleaner shell but you've really captured the beauty of this one.

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  12. Haven't had much experience with shells and the coloring on this one is interesting. I expect them to be sun bleached.

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  13. Good captures I was shellshocked :-)

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  14. Hi! Nice captures. shells on a shell are very interesting. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Such lovely shells, so much texture!

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  16. I don't know why but they looked creepy to me! And I love the beach and shells!

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  17. Wow, looks awesome... Thanks for sharing. :)

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  18. Hi Sue,
    The shells seem to have a very complex structure.
    I wish to tell you that when I attempt to link my blog to your post,it takes a long time for your blog to open up and move.I don't know why?

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  19. it's amazing what you find on the beach. Have a great week.

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  20. what an unusual find! Initially, I thought it was a monkey....go on have another look! Ok, it's late and I am tired! shells on shell...well spotted.

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  21. The shell is a haven for many that live in the sea. Amazing little creature dont need to much for comfort!
    Sorry I am just making my way back to tell you thank you for hosting!! And to thank you for stopping by to share your blog!!
    Have a great week!

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  22. How very interesting. I've never seen anything like them.

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  23. We think of shells as being devoid of life - but here it looks like many a mollusk lived on the host shell. Quite cool!

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  24. That last shot is pretty neat, it looks like fire in the shell.

    Lisa #LTTL

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  25. How special ... so many small shells on the bog one - A fantastic find!

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  26. That's so neat! For sure a keeper. I love special finds like that.

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  27. Creative photography ~ love the shells among the shells ~

    Wishing you a joyful week ~ ^_^

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  28. Lovely! My subject is shells this week also. :-)

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  29. Nice photos. I love the last one with the shells inside of the shell - very cool. :)

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  30. Interesting complex shells beautifully photographed. Quite a find.

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  31. Hi Y'all!

    What neat photos!

    Y'all come on by,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  32. Love that shell!!! That's just amazing! Have a wonderful day!

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  33. Interesting encrustations. (There should be a crustacean pun in there but I can't quite make it work.)

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  34. Wow, I never really thought about taking something like this as a subject for a photo. I have lots of shells and will have to practice now!

    Thanks for sharing x

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  35. Wow... it's interesting!

    Greetings, Joana
    And thanks for hosting :)

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  36. That is so cool! I have never seen shells like that.
    Happy WW!
    :-)
    Traci

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  37. Very special shell ! Looks almost like modern art !

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  38. Sue, thanks for hosting the #WW linky fun! Sandy beaches, seashells, waves crashing...ah, I want to feel the warmth of the sun again. Have a fototastic week, my friend! Come over and join my linky party, if you want! ;)

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  39. That shell looks like it has some stories to tell!
    http://travelingbugwiththreeboys-kelleyn.blogspot.com/2016/01/baby-it-is-cold-outside.html

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  40. Interesting captures with this shell. Looks like summertime. We have winter now here in Germany.

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  41. Beautiful shell - the story it tells is awesome !!!!!

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  42. Beautiful shells! Thank you for sharing!

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  43. Beautiful photos. Thanks for hosting. Have a great week!

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  44. I am in the 'they look a bit creepy' camp but you have photographed them beautifully.

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  45. Such amazing works of art are shells - thanks for having us all!

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  46. what a great shot. love the last macro shot with the burst of colour.

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  47. Great images, the colors are amazing!

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  48. Very unique finding! Interesting what we can find at beaches.

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  49. A truly wordless entry, and very beautiful it is, too. I think I am misunderstanding the meme.

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  50. Thank you for stopping by. I haven't been up and around lately due to pneumonia. aguhhhhh I hate me! I just wish I could shake this cough I'd be just fine. Not sure what that is you found, but it sure is different that's for sure. Kind of eery too! Hmmmmmm

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  51. I too love looking for the details in the shells when I find them. These are beautiful. Thank you for your linky each week! Denyse

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  52. I've never seen or heard of that before. That's interesting.

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  53. What interesting captures! Thanks for sharing with us at Photo Friday!

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