Sunday, October 24, 2010

Sunny Sanibel Sunday

It was a beautiful, sunny day with easterly wind to keep you cool.  After running some erands this morning, I went to resident access 5 on West Gulf Drive.  I turned to the right after I got on the beach and started walking.  When I passed access 6 I began noticing more shells.  There were LOTS of Coquinas and plenty of other shells, but not many kinds that I wanted to take home.  I was so busy looking at shells, I walked a little further than I had intended.  I really enjoyed my peaceful time on the beach, even though I did get a little warm, until I turned around to face the wind on the way back.




















 








































7 comments:

gpc said...

Nice assortment of colors, looks like another beautiful day in paradise!

iLoveShelling said...

Yippee!! The shells are starting to pile up. Pretty coquinas and that was a sweet little sand dollar too.

NanaDiana said...

Tootie- What a great shelling day...and it looks like you had the place all to yourself! Peaceful and beautiful! Diana

Gayle said...

Looks like you picked up so beautiful shells. I could see how easy it would be to take a chair, plop on the beach and spend the entire day with my feet in the sand. How relaxing for the soul.

Little Black Scrap Cat said...

That's actually a nice collection of shells for a quiet Sunday walk. It's so easy to walk further than you think you've gone when you spend so much time looking at your feet!

Heaven's Walk - said...

Oh wow, Tootie! What a great collection of shells you nabbed yesterday! That must'ave been such a wonderfully peaceful time for you to spend your Sunday afternoon. I could just hear the tinkling of the shells rolling on the shore as the waves pulled at them.....*sigh*

xoxo laurie

Dave said...

Specially liked your last photo of coloured shells Tootie - dave