Sunday, October 3, 2010

Sally Sells Seashells....
















down by the....canal.
Here in Arizona, we don't have a seashore, but we do have lots of canals for irrigation.

13 comments:

Brian Miller said...

nice...like the point of focus... we have a bucket of shells around here somewhere...

Small City Scenes said...

So where do the shells come from? I like those twisty ones. I forget what they are called. Wencles or something.
Nice sunny/ shadowy shot. MB

Luis Gomez said...

Great image. Love the composition of it. Lovely light. I can almost feel the shells.

Kathy said...

I didn't know the canals had seashells.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This looks like it could be a photo to illustrate depth-of-field in a book about photography or a camera instruction manual.

Randy said...

Oh my Sally pushing faux seashells ha ha. Nice shot. We used to walk along the canals and collect this when we were kids.

Tracy said...

Lovely shot, Magpie!

LD said...

Intriguing..as previous bloggers mention I wonder how sea creatures wind up in an Arizona canal? Lovely photo of nature's treasures.

Jarart said...

Who would have thought! Love it.

SRQ said...

Interesting. Neat capture -- like the lighting too.

lizziviggi said...

What a beautiful variety of shells! Our shells are pretty much just mussels and clams... very boring.

Krista said...

That is part of the beauty of AZ; it's all beach but no ocean! :o)

I love this shot, it's really gorgeous in its subtlety.

Betty Manousos @ CUT AND DRY said...

Great composition in that photo!
Beautiful!
B