Pink shell - Seashell Gifts from the beach
This little pink seashell is a shell image from a painting, showing a pretty pink seashell on the beach. It's a small periwinkle shell, common along the Atlantic Ocean beaches and especially on the florida beach. The little pretty seashell is a periwinkle, the kind of seashell where you can fit many little shells in your hand and still have room to pick up more shells while you are walking along the beach. Seashells are beautiful gifts for people who spend their summers at the seashore. A shell conjures up ocean breezes, sand play, and a dip in the cool ocean water. You can't help but find a tiny little shell like this the next time you go beachcombing or shelling.
"She sells seashells down by the seashore" is an old-fashioned tongue twister poem that reminds us of a pretty shell at the beach.
About the pretty pink seashell image
"Pretty pink seashell" is from a small original oil painting by artist Mary Hubley, a Florida artist who paints local Florida seashells, plants, animals, and the beach. The artist draws from her large collection of seashells and sand, which are in ready supply on her Florida beach where she goes beachcombing often.
About Periwinkle seashells
Tiny little seashells grow in abundance on the Florida coast. The tiny little periwinkle is actually a little sea snail. It has a spiral shape, like a snail shell, that makes them the perfect home for hermit crabs, especially small shells for the tiny little crabs that live in Florida.
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