“The Rocks”, Sanibel Island

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Sea sponges, shells and other fun stuff rolls ashore at “the rocks” on one of Sanibel Island’s West Gulf Drive beaches.

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40 thoughts on ““The Rocks”, Sanibel Island”

  1. What a great shot. I’m oohing and aaahhing at how many shells are there. I rarely see anything like that on our beaches here (at least the ones I visit).

  2. I love those colours. But so many shells, I hope it’s not a sign of climate change…

  3. I collect sea shells and rocks. Oh my goodness got to put Sanibel Island on my bucket list for sure.

  4. Great WW entry!

    I’ve never seen a seashore with a colorful shells and sponges and sea grass. Id love to pick up shells from there. 🙂

    Happy Easter!

  5. What a beautiful site, I would have a ball going through all those treasures. Thank you for sharing.

  6. Hello Tink, when we were young growing up in Miami, we would go shelling on Sanibel Island. Nothing was there except the beauty of the water and shells. Your photo is awesome. The island is so different now but still beautiful.


  7. Very colorful shot! At first look, I thought they were rubbish left by human. Until I read, “Sea sponges, shells and other fun stuff rolls ashore..”

  8. Paljon on rannalla tilpehööriä ja värikästä, ovatko jotai mereneläviä?
    Ainaski satamäärin ihania simpukoita

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