Travel Theme: On Display | She Sells Sardinian Seashells

I’ve wanted to put on display my lovely collection of Sardinian seashells which I found by the Sardinian seashore for sometime now. This week Ailsa – from Where’s my backpack gave me the perfect theme to display my collection. Thanks Ailsa!

She sells sea shells by the seashore.
The shells she sells are surely seashells.
So if she sells shells on the seashore,
I’m sure she sells seashore shells.

Were you able to get through that tongue-twister without twisting it up?

20 thoughts on “Travel Theme: On Display | She Sells Sardinian Seashells

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  2. Great presentation of your pretty shells !
    Love Shells . Got collection[s] too . Just like a magpie I am on the beach.
    Oh . And driftwood.. well that’s another story 🙂

    • I’m glad you like it, however I’m not too sure which photo or shell you are referring to as I have the mosaic set on random and each time the page is viewed the mosaic changes.

      • Clever… it is now third from the right second down.. no wait a moment

      • If you click on the image, it will take you to a link. Copy that link in the comment section here.

  3. Very beautiful Jennifer! 😀 I collect sea shells too, i love them!
    You know in Greece, the pebble that looks like a sea shell in your second shot, means luck for whoever finds it on the beach! We call it the eye of the Mother of God.

  4. So pretty! I managed to make it through the tongue twister once, but I know I couldn’t do it twice in a row, haha!

  5. Jennifer
    What a very beautiful and lovely collection. I showed my daughter, who collects as well, and she thought they were just wonderful. You should display them! Shells are just fascinating! Thanks for sharing the beauty from the ocean in Sardinia! Have a beautiful day! May God Bless!
    The Sard/American,

  6. Oh you should see my Tavira collection, Jen! I want to run right back there with my camera now. Mostly they’re on my kitchen windowsill, but many are in a glass vase because I ran out of space.

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