Friday, February 11, 2011

seashell art

large cockle, sailor's ear, and sea urchin shells were used by creative kids to come up with a delightful starfish to liven up sanibel's winter beach and give walkers more sights to take in and enjoy. the strong high tide even managed to deposit some debris and add its own artistic touch to the starfish located high up in the sand.

also this shellman, the island's version of a snowman, a bit old and disheveled at this point, was composed of sailor's ear, lucine, and a few sea urchin shells. what fun and amusement for those who put together these artistic creations and for those of us who happened to walk by them on the beach.....

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