These shells and bits of driftwood were in a dish on the coffee table at the apartment we stayed in at Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast when holidaying there for a week in mid December 2015. I couldn’t resist snapping a couple of photographs of them.
We are like seashells upon the beach, beautiful and unique, each with a story of it’s own to tell
Ciao for now,
Linking up with Steph’s Joy for #WordlessWednesday
& Agent Mystery Case for #WorthCasingWednesday
The intrinsic “basicness” of the shells and wood make them special.
More great photos from you Min.
Thank you Patrick. I didn’t have time to edit more Tassie photo’s for this week so looked for something else. Found these amongst my Burleigh shots and thought I’d use them instead. Sometimes basic and simple is good. 🙂
Oh I love these – my favourite is the bottom photo!
Thanks Steph! Did you notice it’s the first time I’ve managed to not have a wordy Wordless Wednesday post in ages?! 😉
You take the most interesting photos. Just love these.
Thanks Raychael – once you get into photography everything becomes a possible photography subject! 😉 x
Beautiful photo. I have random collections I need to display.
Thanks Trish – you’ve just reminded me of a shell collection I have and it is displayed terribly in the kids bathroom. I need to fix that! Also – just checked and see your linky is back! It must have been late on Wednesday because it wasn’t there when I went to link up in the morning. I’ll know for next week! 😉 x
I love the combination of shells and driftwood – so beautiful. When we moved into our new house this summer, we discovered that the previous owners left us quite the collection of driftwood and shells around the place. I need to arrange them and take some pictures.
Stopping by from Steph’s Joy!
I love the combination too Jen! What a treat to have been left a collection of driftwood and shells at the house you purchased. Have fun arranging them and enjoy photographing them too! 🙂 x
How lovely Min. I can almost smell the salty sea just looking at this photo.
Thank you! I know …. take me baaaacckkk!! 😉 x
Love the driftwood in particular, it looks so smooth and just begs to be touched.
Glad I’m not the only *touchy feely* type around. Totally agree and I did touch and it was smooth and lovely! I do love driftwood! 🙂
Thanks Leanne! 🙂