Seashell by the Seashore

Seashell in the surf at Little Talbot Island State Park, Jacksonville, Florida.

Our first day back to the beach on May 16, 2020 was spectacular. While there were plenty of humans visiting Little Talbot Island State Park, it was not overcrowded as the park is only allowed to be at 50% capacity. When you have a 5 1/2 mile stretch of beach with no hotels, bars or other commercial structures, it is easy to maintain social distancing safely while enjoying what nature has to offer. I found this seashell by the seashore for my friend Morgan and played with it while the tide was washing ashore to see what I could get for Sunshine’s Macro Monday and Jez’s Water Water Everywhere. The wind was blowing out of the east and allowed for a beautiful crystal clear Atlantic Ocean as it approached the sandy beach.

15 Comments on “Seashell by the Seashore

  1. Great shot! Glad you could enjoy the beach again. A beach will probably be our first destination when ever we start to travel again…


    • I want to go to the mountains but since I would need to fly to get there, it won’t be anytime soon. I’m lucky to live where I live and can get to the beach in 20 minutes. Thank you for the compliment! It was a wonderful day! 🙂

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