How old am I? How far have I traveled before being washed on shore? I wonder what the answers to those questions would be!!
Such simple beauty. I love it, Joan!
You have reached into my very heart with this posting. Thank you for white shell Wednesday. Sea Witch
It's beautiful! Enjoy your day!
Very lovely post, Joan...xoxoJane
Lovely white shell photo..xo Roberta
i LOVE SHELLS! I love picking them up, being on a beach even better!!!
Hooray for you Joan~over 300 followers. Of course we are following you...you have such great ideas! Come visit me soon.
How incredible that something so simple, and in theory so damaged, could be so peaceful...
Tis beautiful simplicity. Just what we all need. Thanks
I like the looks of that old white shell, knocked about and cracked up some but still all together sort of like me
If only that shell could talk...Please drop by Waterside Wednesday on my blog. You can double dip and be a White and Waterside participant, too!
Wow! Now that is a unique piece. It's so beautiful. I wonder how it was shaped like that. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
Gorgeous...just looking at our world with a little more time...Perfect!
Wonderful photo. Everyone, be sure to click and enlarge... there's a teeny baby shell, tucked inside :-)
How beautiful... I love holding a seashell up to my ear and listening to the ocean...
Love this so much that I piggybacked off of your posting to my own White Shell Wednesday. http://musingsofaseawitch.blogspot.comSea Witch
What a pretty and different shell. Very unique. I bet you could hear really nice sound from it.
Your photo is very poetic...it speaks of the ravages of time, far better than words could.
Thanks for visiting my blog...I love this photo! Very cool.
I thought I was the only one who picked up shells such as this one. I find them just as beautiful as all my others. Lovely photo.
Wow,I've never seen such a beautiful shell.cindy-stitches-n-stuff.blogspot.com
What a great photo and lovely words. Waterside Wednesay is such fun, come for a visitAlison
I think shells are so magical. The veins and the perect spiral shape are especially fantastic.
Beautiful photo and congratulations on your 300+ followers.Sandy
Such simple beauty. I love it Work From Home
I love that it's all cracked and chipped and yet it's still beautiful. Just as God intended. Blessings.. POlly
What a soft place to land.Debbie
I'm not sure which is your show n tell....but this photo is super!! As I live on the Gulf and collect 'em....ummmmmm, in fact, my show n tell is seaworthy too..........My Show n Tell is now posted. It's all about another collection and how I've decided to display them for now.Have a great weekend, and a wonderful new week ahead.
I always look for the 'imperfect' when hunting for shells - they are the most interesting finds! I signed up as a follower - most interesting blog - outside of MINE! Have a great day!
Don't you just love seashells?
so beautiful! And no, I am not kidding about the blue eye shadow!
I love the beach as well! I love right down the street from it and it's the most magnificent part of my neighborhood. Lovely big shell.
Thanks for stopping by The Old Parsonage and you sweet comment.What a great shell, I love how clean and white it is soo beachy. Congrats on the hitting 300+
Very nice. I found you through waterside wendesday. I love the beach. Your shell looks as if made of marble! just gorgeous.Eileen
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