My Photo On Shell

@ilocosboy (34320)
Philippines
May 22, 2016 9:12am CST
Besides swimming, one of the best thing to do in the beach is picking and collecting shells. Of course, provided the town has no ordinance prohibiting the collection of shells and beach sands and stones. But in our place, its not yet that prohibited because no tourists come to visit our place. So we have the luxury of picking the shells or photo this. Every time me and my family go to the beach, we often pick some seashells or catching some colorful aquarium fishes. Really enjoy collecting seashells. photo is mine
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22 May 16
The sea shells are lovely. They bring lovely memories.
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@ilocosboy (34320)
• Philippines
22 May 16
memories of childhood or teenage life
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22 May 16
@ilocosboy Thanks ilocosboy. I also collected sea shells in Havelock Island.
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@ilocosboy (34320)
• Philippines
22 May 16
@sathviksouvik that is nice, we are
@DianneN (75945)
• United States
22 May 16
Those are beautiful shells! I no longer collect them. I do have a gorgeous piece of white coral that I found on the beach.
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@ilocosboy (34320)
• Philippines
22 May 16
I also have some artfully designed corals though I love more seashells
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@marlina (72532)
• Canada
22 May 16
That is a nice picture.
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@ilocosboy (34320)
• Philippines
22 May 16
thank you @marlina
@slund2041 (3380)
• United States
22 May 16
The picture of the shells is so cool. I love seashells and the beach. I have only got to go to the beach twice in my life.
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@ilocosboy (34320)
• Philippines
22 May 16
really, why? That also means you have not yet personally view the lovely sunset or sunrise
@snowy22315 (45328)
• United States
22 May 16
they are some nice shells,
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@ilocosboy (34320)
• Philippines
22 May 16
that is in the photo, the better seashells are not yet posted, he he
@Corbin5 (102611)
• United States
22 May 16
The colors are so delicate in seashells. You have some pretty ones in the photo!