Posted on January 18, 2013 Updated on February 19, 2013
This entry was posted in beach, nature and tagged Australia, beach, Coffs Coast, daily post, Look At Me Now Headland, nature, outdoors, photography, shells, summer.
I, too, was amazed that there were so many shells. All shells, no beach! And, just what is a scuttling skink?
a skink is a tiny lizard, about 3 inches tops and very skinny 😀
Wow-that’s a lot of shells! I can’t even see any sand.
if you like that you’d love lying on a carpet of them 😀
Thank you for stopping by my blog. You have a lovely collection of photos and thoughts here!
thanks.. i give all credit to nature 😀
I too love shells. Photographing, drawing, painting and I even have a pendant which I made from a broken shell and polymer clay. I particularly love the internal spirals revealed in broken shells. You can see some of my shell art on my blog at evantart.wordpress.com…… Go to all things coastal in topics and scroll. Thanks for liking my white faced heron photo as that enabled me to discover your work.
i was beach fossicking this afternoon and picked up some lovely pippi shells all white purple cream and lilac swirls.. lovely!
thank you for liking the songbird!!!! *Cynthia
“Just a Few Shells” is obviously an understatement. 🙂 You brought their beauty to life. Beautiful shot.
Thanks! and thanks for visiting.
You’re very welcome. 😉
This is a beautiful site ! So many different sea shells of all colors. Thank you for following me !!! Visit anytime * Cynthia
I found a new hoard at a different beach yesterday… did I have fun exploring!! Thanks for visiting. M.
Thanks for your visits to my blog, Margot. I appreciate it. Love your shell pics, too. I love beaches and in Fla. at Sanibel Island we used to see many. It has been a while since I was at a beach, though.Rlte
Reblogged this on Donkey Whisperer Farm Blog and commented:
The Ocean Is Healing
thanks for reblogging the ocean has mysteries in its depths
I want to go to this beach wow!
What beautiful colors!!!!
that is one of the things that struck me.. and they are all tiny many of them half the size of a pearl.
Thats what caught my eye and then the amazing detail in each one. Margo
This scene will never happen locally! This is shell of wonderland!
First I tried to count them, then I tried to identify them all and then I just gave up and enjoyed them!
yes it is amazing and always there even though the ocean washes into that area continually. thanks for visiting
Beautiful. At what beach does one find that many different shells? Here in Connecticut I’m lucky to find 3 different kinds….
On a little beach called Serenity on the north coast of NSW Australia, there is always a thick carpet of them around the south side where the tide has deposited them. The tides must have been bringing shells to this spot for thousands of years as there is an Aboriginal shell middan there as well, (piles of larger shells whose animals where eaten by the traditional owners of the land). Thanks for visiting.
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