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PostPosted: Tue Mar 25, 2008 8:30 pm 
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And another sea shell. Single frame macro, 100mm lens, Canon 40D, ring flash (+3), f#32.

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cybermystic...where didja get all of these cool shells? I have never stopped and really paid attention, looked at shells before...have not noted the intricacies you have presented..when I walk on the beach, mostly there are little clam shells, and every now and then a sand dollar or two...but never any beauties like these..do you collect them? Love the shots, simple, clear letting the shell speak for itself...good job...like this set of shells..


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Hi Patti,

I used to collect the odd shell or two about 10 years or so ago, nothing serious, just picked up anything I liked the look of. It all started with 2 years I spent in New Zealand as a kid between 12 and 14, basically as a kid born in the East End (of London) I found paradise in New Zealand, and I lived on the beach for two years. Formal education suffered a little, but life education has never been as good as those 2 years.

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