Amazing how these shells were formed naturally, instead of being formed by clay and a kiln. Lovely captures in sepia! No linky yet, but I'm here:http://airhead55-ralph.blogspot.com/2010/07/sepia-scenes-stratospheric.html
no linky for me either--but I absolutely love the shells in sepia. There is something about shells that speak to the inner person.
Beautiful shells, lovely shot! No Mr. Linky yet for my either. http://picnow.iceflake.se/sepia-scenes-90/
What a beautiful and interesting shot of the sea shells! I really love it!Here's mine: http://harrischanningauthor.blogspot.com/
Such a sweet arrangement of shells.No Mr. Linky?Just click on my name I am here. MB
thats beautiful in sepia! present! cant see Mr Linky too :)here's mine
The shells have such lovely shapes and textures!The original image is a lovely natural sepia color. Mine's up - clicking my name will take you there. :)
Beautiful shells. This could be straight out of my own collection. What a really feel good picture this is.http://inmidreamz.blogspot.com/2010/07/sepia-scenes.html
My grandmother collected shells. This is a beautiful pic and makes me smile with memories of her. Looking forward to visiting other sepia scenes today! I couldn't choose which to post so I offered three.
Hello! Your shell and other photos are very nice!I joined in this week from my 'Mary says' blog.
Neat photo of the shells in sepia.Here's my enty for this week:http://moreofme24.blogspot.com/2010/07/wash-day-sepia-scenes.html
Dear Teach Mary,Beautiful shell shots. I am a passionate collector of sea shells. Never stop getting amazed by the beauty of each single one.Not many years ago I saw a report of an intricate sea shell grotto, built in England at the end of the 19th century.Wow, I'm not alone, was my first thought. How was this possible, came up next.Over to soccer semi-final in Durban...
I made it! I hated to miss Ruby Tuesday yesterday.But I'm ba-a-a-ck. The shells are graceful and lovely.http://patti-latebloomerboomer.blogspot.com/2010/07/sepia-scenes-boston-building.html
Still didn't see Mr Linky....mine is up!http://kissess4u.blogspot.com/2010/07/sepia-scenes90daisy.html
Sorry Linkey is broken.... Here is my entry.
No LinkY? I can be found HERE!
Shells, with natural browns on it. It makes them lovely... Happy SS Mary!! My 90th S.S post..unbelievable!!p/s: Looks like Mr Linky is on strike once again.Here's my link :http://napaboaniya.wordpress.com
Can't find Mr Linky this week! So here goes...http://rinklyrimes.blogspot.com/2010/07/toward-hills.html
Dont see a mr linky.... but you can find me here...http://thereeds07.blogspot.com/2010/07/sepia.htmlGreat pic of the shells!!
Lovely picture of those shells.Mr. Linky is still not in and I'm a day late...Click my name to see my post... =)
the shells in sepia are very interesting. My sepia photo is http://hipchickphotos.blogspot.com/2010/07/sepia-scenes_08.html
Is Mr.Linky not in use anymore?Anyway...very cute portrait here:http://wayoutwest.tumblr.com/post/781360282/girl-with-clown-doll
Hay, your photo is amazing.Here is my contribution:http://hrandica.blogspot.com/2010/07/mirno-morje.htmlHave a great weekend.
Historic West Texas contribution since Mr. Linky is mia:http://astrofish.net/xenon/2010/07/sepia-scene-2/
Lovely shells. They look great in sepia!Mine is up finally (running late this week!) @ The Mo Files, and hints at the future. :)
Lovely photo i am so amazed i love it in sepia i dont care about Mr.Linky but all i care about is your friendship ♥oh just so you know visit Mo blog for his hit wink wink ;) have great weekend my dear friend
Love the shells.Can't find Mr Linky. Here's mine:http://fotoentusiastenfotoblogg.blogg.se/category/sepia-scenes.html
Lovely shells. Looks absolutely nice in sepia.Can't find Mr.Linky, here's my first entry Sepia Scenes:http://myscrapsandpatches.blogspot.com/2010/07/al-ain-palace-museum-in-sepia.html
Lovely shells and an equally lovely capturehttp://nathalie-memoirs.blogspot.com/2010/07/st-benavides.html
No Mr Linky this week Hope you can find me.http://tulsagentleman.blogspot.com/2010/07/wordless-wednesday-doors-to-first.html
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