Lang's Beach, Northland
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Such wonderful colorful shells! I'd hate to walk barefoot on that though!
Ooh, I love your photo of Lang's Beach. There's nothing like a pile of shells to rifle through :)
The image on today's post is our favorite spot on the coast!
Being on the beach is always having fun...
...I wish you a very good week.
Stay healthy and well, dear blogfriend.
now, that´s a lot of shells :)
...that sure is a lot of shells.
Stones and shells, a colorful beach floor!
I bet it is a pretty beach with all those shells!
Hey! Pixie is drinking too! a two-fer
Beautiful photo. It makes me "homesick" for the beach!
I love to go shelling. But I have way too many already.
Those are beautiful shell pieces! That would make a great jigsaw puzzle!
One of my favourite beaches, we use to live in Mangawhai, the next beach along.
That is a LOT of shells!!!
What a shell paradise!
I've never seen so many shells. It's beautiful.
Have a fabulous day and rest of the week, Betty. ♥
Such a pretty sight.
It reminds me that it's been a while since I went to the seaside. :)
Thank you for hosting, Betty. :)
Such a lovely photograph. It makes me want to go to the beach!
Happy Wednesday, Betty!
Shells are beautiful, fascinating things. Creatively useful too. When we were kids we would sometimes use a shell (the heavy and small one) to play hopscotch.
How many shells and pebbles, of all colors! I would gather them like a child, in a small bucket! ☺
Hapy Wordless Wednesday, Betty! ♥
It has been a long time since we last went to a bench to collect shell. That is quite a lot of shells. Thank you for hosting.
Oh wow; so many shells!
Beautiful shells. We haven't been to a beach with shells in a long time.
Such a beautiful photo. Thanks for the party.
Hmmm, we don't have a good shell/pebble beach nearby. Now we'll wait for Summer. Lovely image, Betty.
PS: Thank you for hosting, Betty!
Love the shells!
Die vielen Muscheln und solch ein Strand sind ein Paradies für Kinder.
Da bekomme ich Lust auf Urlaub.
LG. Karin M.
Lovely shells! I have a lot and I still do not know what project to do with them...
Happy WW and enjoy the space!
What a wonderful beach for shelling! thank you for hosting.
Nature has a beautiful collection of shells!
A fascinating photo!
Have a wonderful day! 😊
So very beautiful. Thanks for sharing it.
Nice looking shells!
Wow, so many shells in one place. Thanks for hosting. Diane
Oh I love those bits and pieces of shells. What a wonderful beach find.
Love the yellow-eyed penguins in your next post!
Happy weekend, Betty.
that's an overwhelming amount of clams! Nice shot!
Since I am currently only working on the laptop, I unfortunately cannot link my blog post (I cannot access the link-up). If I send you the link, can you possibly link my post here?
All the best,
Thanks for helping me to join you linkup!
Thanks for inviting me to come here and post. However, I dint see the linky button or your button code to share on my post? Quaint beach shot. We've been spending about 10 winter weeks in Florida. I would love to visit New Zealand some day.
Joy, your Blogger profile doesn't have any links on it so I don't have any way to contact you. But if you see this comment, you can email me and I will link up for you :)
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