Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Shells

The Langosta estuary has lots of shells. They are deposited by the tide as it recedes slowly. Some of the shells are habitat for some of the crabs, such as the one whose prints in the sand traversed the photo I showed yesterday.

This week we are showing photos of the festive pedestrian street Las Ramblas of Barcelona on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

9 comments:

brattcat said...

strewn jewels.

Kate said...

So much beauty on your beach!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

lots and lots of shells. i like the spiral shells

Sharon said...

I remember some of the beautiful shells I saw when I was there.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Hi Dave, thanks for the visit to Perth. I'm really enjoying Julie's blog and now I get a chance to check into yours as well, will look forward to it.

Tanya said...

i love searching for sea shells....here in va, i love to search for old pottery in the creek!

Jack said...

I like this. It reminds me of the beaches on Sanibel, an island off southwest Florida, where our winter home is. People spend hours walking the beach with their eyes on their feet, looking for that special shell.

Jarart said...

I would have fun looking for just the right shell in that spot.

Lois said...

Beautiful! You definitely wouldn't want to walk barefoot there though.

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