Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Seashells at the Seashore

The weather was cool with a thin layer of high clouds last Sunday. So Trudy and I took a long, liesurely walk along the Gulf shoreline of Alligator Point. A wide variety of sea shells were exposed, because of the low tide.

Shells to me could be petals of sea flowers ... in diverse colors, sizes, shapes, and textures. And water adds another layer of fascination to these cockle and whelk shells.

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