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Old Mar 6, 2011, 9:03 PM   #1
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Those sea shell images are really well done. I like them all, but the two middle ones stand out to me.
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Hi Greg,

I'm very fond of sea shells and always bring my camera along whenever my wife and I walk the beach in the morning. We start off together, but she ends up about a 1/2 mile ahead of me, in short order, because I'm always stopping to take pictures of shells that catch my eye.

I probably have as many shell photos as I do bird photos on this trip. I just don't post them as they don't seem to be as popular a subject.

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Hi Greg,

I'm very fond of sea shells and always bring my camera along whenever my wife and I walk the beach in the morning. We start off together, but she ends up about a 1/2 mile ahead of me, in short order, because I'm always stopping to take pictures of shells that catch my eye.

I probably have as many shell photos as I do bird photos on this trip. I just don't post them as they don't seem to be as popular a subject.

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Well that should change. I am a fan of shell shots, and would like to see you post more.
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