Another day out, another scavenged find. Well, thirty scavenged finds to be exact! Or thirty-one if you include the one I accidentally broke and am unsure about super-gluing together again. But I digress. If you read about my Spit Bridge to Manly Walk (part one and part two are available for your viewing pleasure), you would know that I had an absolute field day combing the beach for these
scavenged treasured finds.
I’m not sure what type of shells these were. Oyster shells? I don’t know. I was just enamoured by their colour, shape and texture. There’s so much amazing detail on some shells.
I’m so, so, so happy with my finds! As far as I could tell, I was the only person digging through the sand for sea shells. I overheard a mother ask her two young boys if they’d like to look for some, but they weren’t interested. And here was this should-be-adult hunched over and trying to pry out a pretty purple shell wedged between two rocks.
Anyway, I’ve already planned to display a few of my favourite shells along with a framed photo of the beach I took that day. But apart from that, I’m not sure what to do with my treasures. Any ideas? Or would you like to go hunting for sea shells? If so, I’m totally in.