Great lighting, I hope you took them home with you. Cheers, D
LOLOL Dianne - I now have a reusable grocery bag of them sitting in the car.....
Great light and shadow work, clever idea, great shot.
The white one in the middle is my favourite! :)
Lovely light, very nice collection! Cheers, Ippa
Thanks Laurel, whoelius, and Ippa! I NEVER arrange cutesy photos, but I couldn't resist with all of these shells and the setting sun. And who - the white one thanks you. My favorite is the shiny one at the bottom - the only one I found that wasn't all eroded.
I love this one to bits Bits! You would never catch me arranging cutesy photographs of shells! No siree ;-)
Are these whelks? My favourite is the one just behind Who's favourite :))
Thanks so much Amelia! And I'm quite relieved that you don't stoop to cutesy arrangements in your photography! ;)
These are Atlantic Moon Snails, fairly common along the coast here in New England. I have a few photos of a live one here, also. Sadly, this is the only whelk I have posted. Thanks - and glad to see you're back to being yourself!
How many years did it take that group to find each other?
I rather like that one, Bits, if you don't mind me saying so.
I'll have a nice glass of buttery Chardonnay with my Escargot please.
many many years n1w - and a few storms, and then waiting for me to amble along to bring them all together.. Thanks for liking the shot!
And coming right up Conrad. The wine is a good idea, as the escargot are a bit dry.....And then we'll raise the glass and say.........Here's looking at you!
ha-ha karpovak! To me they seem more like seanamon buns :)
Soooo Cool!! Good job!! I hope all is well for you!!!
Really late Thanks jayzzoe! And hi to great-grandpa's medal there :)
Thanks roeli bindels! Hello from Boston :)
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Photo taken in Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, Rowley, MA 01951, USA
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