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Aftermath of the tide. Sanibel Island, 2008.


Bonus photo for Kim--Here's an immature lightning whelk shell, the spiral thing in the photo above is an egg case from an adult.


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Okay, Amy, what the heck is that thing in the center of the frame?


It's an egg case. Take a look at the new photo to see what its from.

That thing in the first photo is so cool, as it is the drop falling from the shell on the second one.


Very cool.

Great photos! I've seen those things on the beach but had no idea what they really were. Very cool.

Wow, never have seen one of those in person. Is it hard or mushy? Very very cool and wonderful photos!!

Neat picture. I've never seen an egg case before either. The shells sound amazing on Sanibel.

What a beautiful photo. I am late to this party, but I FINALLY figured out how to add more links on my blog list!


Very cool photos, Amy!

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