Seashells upon seashells… Literally. Do you see that cute little horse conch riding on the fighting conch’s nose? There are still lots of fun shells to see at Gulfside City Park beach on Sanibel. I’ve also seen lots of cool locals on the beach lately to witness the conch craziness… like Josh and Brian. I was thrilled to see locals Wrenda and Francesca out on such a pretty day too.
They found so many amazing shells and bling
It’s not unusual to see Jane on the beach but this time she had her beautiful grand daughters Meghan and Samantha with her Along with seeing gobs of empty shells, Meghan had a few live Fighting conchs come out to say “hi”
After seeing so many freak shells at the Sanibel Shell Fair, I’ve still got my eye out for the damaged and freakazoid shells… And I found another one. The beach never disappoints.
Love all the many shells found by everyone! All so lovely as well as unique! Wish
I was there but am leaving for San Juan, PR, on 21 March to Caribe Hilton! Hope
to find some cool shells there; can’t wait! Happy Shelling, Happy Spring, & Happy
Easter to all! Will post some shells when I learn how to do so. Pam, just enthralled
w/ your site! :) :) :)
Beautiful shots Pam! Thanks!
Love that weird freak shell…
The beach has given me many wonderful memories. One from this year took place as the fog cleared from the beach early on a Feb. morning. Far up the deserted beach I saw a couple slow dancing. I guessed that they were the newlyweds who were married on the beach the day before. Imagine my surprise when I got closer and recognized my friends Linda and Dave. He had his ipod in his pocket with one earbud in her ear and and one in his. When I spoke to them they laughed and said, “You can’t hear this song without dancing.” They had been married FIFTY years in December.
Loooove that story MEM! So sweet
It’s so interesting how so many shells of the same kind will roll in at the same time. I still think there has to groups of shells on the ocean bed–like there’s a group of Fighting Conchs somewhere that got disturbed and thus, washed up on Sanibel. I really would love to know for sure how this happens!