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.
Never Get Tired of Finding The Living Horse Conch
Today we went out on the boat. It’s been a while since we’ve gone out because the weather has cooled off. We weren’t out for long, and stopped at some favorite beaches because the tide was out. There wasn’t much to see, and then … there it was! A living horse conch. The bright orange…Read More…
Shells Found on a Deserted Beach
Found lots of knobbed whelks on this deserted island beach in Mosquito Lagoon. And a few other pretty shells.Read More…
Deserted Beaches, Where and When
Many people dream of having a beach all to themselves. Because we have a boat, we often get to be on deserted beaches. But you can find deserted, and semi-deserted beaches in Florida, at certain times. It also helps if you have a boat with a low draft. These photos are just a few from…Read More…
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very cute blog and i love all the great images! i just started a website selling seashells at http://www.seashellsupply.com if anyone is interested in purchasing some for crafts or decoration.
Hi Kevin, that is a great looking site. I will link to it on my side bar. Thanks for visiting.