sand dollars

north captiva island, gulf coast, florida

  • Rita Barton says:

    Hi Mary Jo, I love this blog and your incredible photos. Did you collect these sand dollars over time? I would love to walk on a beach where there are this many sand dollars! I only find one every few years…

    Rita

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    • still says:

      Hi Rita, my sister-in-law found these while vacationing for a week on North Captiva Island in late March. She said that when the tide went out, they could find handfuls at a time. The island just north of North Cap is a State Park called Cayo Costa…I bet that would be just as abundant too. I highly recommend the area.

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new poplar leaves

rice creek off-leash dog park, saint paul, minnesota

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beach stones

mediterranean beach near s├Ęte, france

  • margie says:

    i had the pleasure of staying in traveling to this area many years ago:)

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pussy willows

along the shoreline of turtle lake, saint paul, minnesota

  • margie says:

    they arrived so early in ontario this year

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young and old

black oak leaves

rice creek regional trail, saint paul, minnesota

  • margie says:

    the colors remind me of my recent trip to mexico

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  • Belles says:

    Absolutely beautiful! Thank you.

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