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Bill D
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Sea Shell

Post by Bill D »

This is an image of a little shell I picked up, on the Outer Banks here in North Carolina, this past summer. It is a view of about 30mm wide. Winter is just starting, I miss summer!


Mike B in OKlahoma
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Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »

What a neat pattern! Reminds me of wickerwork!
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MikeB said:
What a neat pattern! Reminds me of wickerwork!
Since this is a family site, I won't comment any farther on that note, as to what it reminds me of!! :smt043 However, this is a great photograph :D and I really like the colors and details you captured in the shell. A walk along the beach would turn up many a thing to place under the dual objectives of the Meiji, so I'm a bit envious there Bill :roll:

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Post by beetleman »

It does have an amazing pattern to it...I can smell the salt air right now :shock: Just amagine what we miss in detail if we don`t look at things up close :wink:
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Post by Cyclops »

Great photo, simple but very effective!
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