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How to draw sea shells

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DIY Summer SeaShell Candles

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Paua shells, New Zealand -Photo by Vincent Bertot This will be one of the reasons why I want to go to New Zealand, those seashells are incredible.

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Hawaiian Sunrise Shells, so colorful))

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Strawberry Top Seashells. They are found in Indian see.

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I was subscribed to WongFu Productions for a while and seeing this topic reminded me of it. This is a very interesting take on shells. Here is the description: "Our experiences are preserved in our memories. But what if we had a chance to remember things that we never actually experienced? "Shell" explores this idea through a quiet conversation. If you could look through a window that softened the edge between reality and fiction, what would you want to see? What would you want to remember?"

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This is a seashell that was cut right in the middle. Look how much layers it has inside. Sometimes I just cannot believe that it was made by nature..just beautiful

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