People say that every seashell has a story. I used to collect seashells and sometimes I wonder how old they are, where they have been, and what their story is.
I don’t collect them anymore but sometimes I pick the ones I like. Some people paint over them and I have used them for art projects too, but I prefer their natural state. Each one is different, unique, and deserves to be shellebrated.
Do you like collecting seashells?
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I like mussels very much but I have never collected mussels.
They are beautiful to watch.
I have a collection from wen Dustin and I used to visit the beach.
Seashells can hold precious memories indeed.
Yes I have a jar full of those moments.
i love finding shells, but I don’t collect them anymore. I really need to cut down on collections!
The beach looks like low tide, but also that the mussels had something happen in the community…
sorry not mussels, clams i was thinking and writing again.
The angle makes them look like even more shells that there were.
It’s great that you are thinking and writing, I am often not thinking when writing, lol.
i figured – it was truly a day to shellybrate!
I still have at home a few shells gathered from the shores of the Black Sea many years ago! Beautiful picture!
Thank you so much! I still keep mine too.
Good collection , No i don’t , In fact i collect old coins
Collecting coins sounds fun! Do you have a favorite coin?
That is a huge collection. Does not look like it is got there naturally. I like your shellerbrate word.
Thank you for noting the word play! The sea takes and brings a lot of stuff.