Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Spiral shell

Yesterday I showed a tidepool scene, so today I am showing the most common shell that we have in Tamarindo and Langosta. These spiral shells at times will be deposited in droves all in the same stretch of beach. I do not know why they seem to collect in the same place rather than being scattered all over.

This week we are showing photos of one of our favorite cities, and certainly the most unique city on earth, Venice, on our Viva la Voyagetravel photo site. It is a photographer's delight.

7 comments:

bARE-eYED sUN said...

ah! . . . VERY nice, the contrast in texture combined with the light and dark color - - beautifully enhanced by the composition.

we've enjoyed this one. :-)

hope you don't mind that it reside as desktop background for a few days.

thank you.

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.p.s. we're on hiatus, just stopped by to see what you've been up to.
love what you've done with the place.
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nothing new at our own blog. :-(

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Birdman said...

Beauty!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

it is amazing how many spiral shells are everywhere on the beach. they are so delicate yet are fully intact little gems on the beach. they are truly everywhere and sometimes it is hard to walk without stepping on one.

Sharon said...

I love these shells!!

Lois said...

It looks so delicate!

Jarart said...

Beautiful photograph.

T. Becque said...

Nice with the shadow and sand.

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