Friday, August 31, 2012

Post-storm shelling update


(Credit:  National Geographic)



It is said that one only finds a junonia "once in a blue moon".  Well, tonight a blue moon graces our skies - the last one until July 2015 and there are pictures of 3 junonias found in the after-Isaac-shell-free-for-all out in blogville.  The post-storm shells are rolling in on SWFL.  For a good look at the shell-action run over to Seashells & Salty Air facebook page.  Stephanie hit it big time on Little Hickory with a 4 foot shell pile.  She also found a coveted junonia. Woohoo!!

Further north the shell pile at Blind Pass on Sanibel/Captiva has been hopping as well.  My shell Sistah Pam of iLove Shelling has some pictures that will make you green with shell envy. Thanks to Pam & Stephanie for their coverage of the post-storm shelling bonanza.  I'm hoping I'll have some pics of my own to share soon as well.
(Credit:  Seashells & Salty Air facebook page)
        Some of Stephanie's Little Hickory finds.  Makes you drool right?

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