Blue Seashells Postcard

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I spent a lot of time picking up seashells along the Florida coastline when I was a resident there, and the blue shells are some of my favorite. Because they all somewhat match, I arranged them around a white moon shell and took this photo to use in my Millhill shop.

Blue Seashells Postcard

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As my son and I boat around the Indian River and Intracoastal Waterway on Florida’s east coast, I get photos and share stories on this blog. Click one of the images below to read more.

crown conchs, hermit crab, coffee melampus

The Coffee Melampus Shell Identification

The Coffee melampus shell is small and roundish. The one I photographed is brown in color with horizontal stripes. The hermit crab which was carrying the shell, was hidden down under the large crown conch. It’s one of those small shells which would be easy to overlook while beach-combing. The living crown conchs seemed to […]

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horse conch without knobs

Horse Conch Called “Knobless Wonder”

When a reader left me a comment about my big horse conch photo, saying that it looked unusual, I began to look more closely at the horse conch photos I had taken and compare them with photos online. Apparently the horse conchs I usually find are called “knobless wonder”. This is because they lack the […]

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