Intricate – Weekly Photo Challenge

IMG_1471 One of Nature’s most intricate gifts – sea shells.  These were mostly picked up in South Africa during the nineties, and we’ve kept them in a basket on the fireplace for years.  It’s only every now and then that you take one of them out for a closer scrutiny of its intricate patterns and shapings.

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About Sandra

I cruise the French waterways with my husband four or five months a year, and write fiction and poetry. I love animals, F1 motor racing, French bread and my husband, though not necessarily in that order.
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11 Responses to Intricate – Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. I do love shells, Sandra, and they’re perfect for the challenge. Happy weekend!

    janet

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  2. Nurul Lubis says:

    Definetely intricate.. I love them…

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  3. Leya says:

    Great entry for the challenge. nature´s wonders are the best!

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  5. I love to collect shells thanks for this photo, so beautiful…nature at its best

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  9. There is nothing as intricate as that of nature’s making

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  10. What a lovely collection, Sandra.

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  11. rogershipp says:

    What a great idea for “intricate”!

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