Shell pick 'n' mix, lightly arranged

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Along Mealabost beach there is a rocky escarpment which extends into the sea. At low tide it's fully exposed and amongst the seaweed are piles of broken shells. In one or two places the sea hasn't managed to entirely smash the shells and there's this wide selection of colours, patterns and shapes.

Wider view.

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  1. italianoadoravel *****just feelinfg a bit better** 47 months ago | reply

    Excellent and Divine Masterpiece

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  2. fulev 44 months ago | reply


  3. sherryl6991 43 months ago | reply

    this would make a cool puzzle.

  4. princessangel 42 months ago | reply

    Sooooo beautiful!

  5. Sue Webb ♥ 42 months ago | reply

    Breathtaking selection of shells! beautifully captured :o)

  6. kathleen walsh 41 months ago | reply

    The wild assortment and beautiful colors make this a favorite:) Nice!

  7. cold_chords 39 months ago | reply

    amazing colours, beautiful!!

  8. John of Wirral 35 months ago | reply

    Sooo beautiful!

  9. ERIK THE CAT 26 months ago | reply

    This is so lovely.

  10. patrick.verstappen 17 months ago | reply

    really colorfull,very good photo

  11. Glenn McNaughton 16 months ago | reply

    Having lived on Orkney for 17 yrs I recognise ( + miss) most of these, one of my real pleasures was browsing looking for "Grottie buckies" ( spotted Cowries).love this photo

  12. hipster0166 4 months ago | reply

    beautiful. so evocative of the seaside and searching for shells.

  13. ★ Sandeep ★ 4 months ago | reply

    What amazing colors!

  14. Akehurst Photography 2 months ago | reply

    great colours well done nicely set up.

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