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23 February 2014


Carole Mayne

I love these images...We have decades of shell collecting around the world in vases, none as elegant as yours! Your quotes are a powerful reminder how less can always be more...As a painter, this is always in the forefront of my compositions, and I am usually sorry if I favor 'more is more'! All the best to you... (-:


What is it that intrigues us and captures out attention in a sea shell or urchin. Your collection and the glass domes too are just lovely. And the quote from a Gift from the Sea, love it and love this book.

Mary H.

Beautiful collection, Tara!


So beautiful -- both naturally and also how you have them displayed. I do love shells -- that quote is a wise one. Yesterday I actually tossed lots of not-great shells. I said goodbye to them, remembered collecting them and that joy, saved a couple of the best. One thing I will never let go -- a lovely piece of coral from France (!) -- it's very special.

Flooding your heart with good wishes.

Vicki in Michigan

I love collecting things on the beach........

I, too, am sending good thoughts.


Lovely to see. Thanks. Sending good wishes for you and your husband.

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