Wow!!! Thanks for sharing these photos. Please keep them coming.
It is quite an art to photograph sea shells. I will definitely have to improve my photography skills, as there are plenty pretty little shells begging me to catch their “best side”! 🙂
Well done! It must have taken you a LOT of time.
Nice! I love shells and bring some home from wherever I travel to. Love the sand dollar, we have them here on the Westcoast.
I just love shells too, Sabine. They often find a way into my pocket. 🙂
Just got back from the beach. No shells this time, but some interesting small rocks shaped by time and the sea. Love your blog and will be back for more!
Oh, how lovely. I am a bit like a crow when I go to the beach. Such a pity that I now live in the dessert and not close to a beach.
The desert is beautiful in its own way! The only one I’ve been to is in California. Very different from the one you live in for sure. Even though it seems that there is not much life, deserts are really amazing places.
Where in Germany did you live?
I was an au pair in a small town called Viernheim, sort of in between Heidelberg and Mannheim. It was my first experience of living and travelling overseas, and was just wonderful.
We lived in Heidelberg for a couple of years right near the castle. My best friend lived in Mannheim. So I quite possibly passed through your city going back and forth. I did the au-pair thing in Brussels and Athens. It’s a wonderful way of exploring new places.
Oh my word, what a coincidence. It is a lovely part of Germany. I loved Heidelberg. Au pair work is certainly a great way to exploring new places, and to get to know a different culture.
This is really great stuffs, which help me alot, I have matched them to the shell of Oman, collected by me, most of them are found in Oman. Thanks posting them here
I’m so glad to hear that Asghar.
I am glad too to see such stiff cf, this is really help in alot, Can I share some shell more which are hard to describe and zero references I have found from the net.
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