We are featured in Coastal Living for their December 2013/January 2014 issue! Did you notice those ALBINO shells in that orange bowl? Those are our shells on our front porch. Holy Cowrie- We made it into Coastal Living magazine! Coastal Living photographer David Hillegas came to our house to photograph our collection of local shells.
He ended up spending three hours photographing our house, shells and our “shellaboratory” so needless to say Clark and I had an amazing day hanging out with him and watching him work his magic.
He heard about my WORM SHELL mirror on the coconut shellegraph so he wanted to photograph it :)
Thank you, David, for such a memorable day.
I saw this issue! Oh my gosh, I loved the photos!
On another note, I LOVE YOUR PHOTOS! I ordered 2 of your prints from your shop, they arrived yesterday and I am just thrilled. They are spectacular and the prints are top notch quality. You are so very talented and I am so very grateful that you share your love of the Islands with all of us!
That is sooo wonderful! Congratulations! I agree with RottenMom! Your photos are awesome! Sherri from MN
Pam, just saw you on the Travel Channel Xtreme Xmas episode!
Olivia was so excited :)
hahahah I just saw it too! I can’t believe I got a speaking part! haha Im probably as excited as Olivia!
Hi I am a 11 year old boy from western Massachusetts and I got to go to bowman’s beach last Sumer while visiting relatives I didn’t get the best luck finding shells that day. All I got was a few fighting conchs and olives. (It was very crowded then)
I wondered why they didn’t feature you in that issue! But they did (your shells at least!) Cool! Congrats!
How exciting!! Pam, you and your shells are famous!!!
Hi Pam – I’m so disappointed I missed the Travel Channel program! Your post for December 15 didn’t arrive at my computer until this morning (12/16) at 7:02 a.m. I do get Coastal Living magazine and had read the article a while ago but they didn’t give credit to you for the shells. I also wondered where that shell cleaning station is located.
You are one VERY busy lady!! Your zoom’in all over the place!!
Congrats on all your recent successes and adventures. You’ve got to be over the moon with excitement.
Ill be there in 10 days!! Maybe you & Clark will have an hour or so for a drink and some chitty chat!! Lol….we’ll see! ;)
I can’t wait to get down there. Its been so unusually cold here in Va. Freezing temps, snow, ice…just wintery cold weather all of December thus far. Uggg….I so want the 80 degree weather, sun, sand, veach and shells!!
Be there soon!
Congratulations Pam! That is a big feather in your shell!,,
Pam, So fun to see you on the Travel Channel last night. Too bad your golf cart was only in the background. And, so great about being in Coastal Living. Thank you for all the videos.
Enjoy your sunshine, we are expecting more snow tomorrow…..
Susan H. – You’re in for a real temperature shock when you get home. :)
Yes, but it will be 50 degrees here this weekend! Can you believe we were on Sanibel almost a year ago ??
Time goes so fast.
Ahhh! I let my sister borrow my issue. Now I have to wait to get it back to see your bowl of shells. I’ll have to call her on the shellophone to tell her to hurry up and return it!
Thank you so much you guys- Im still over the moon! I think that cleaning station may be a Casa Ybel? There are quite a few around the island.
I just saw that our golf cart parade on Xtreme Xmas on the Travel Channel will be airing again Saturday 12-21-13 at 4pm!!! If you missed it, its really cute!
Pam, do you know if the travel channel plans to replay the xtreme xmas special? I missed it :(. But i did get the coastal living magazine and loved the article and entered the contest!