Seashell Treasure Chest at the Beach

by Kristi Hines · Australia


One of the things I enjoy when going to the beach is collecting seashells. While walking along one of the beaches down the Great Ocean Road, I walked through a rocky area where there were these holes filled with water, seaweed-like stuff, rocks, and of course, some awesome seashells. This one is a particularly colorful one that I wanted to capture and remember. I now have one of the shells out of it in my collection.

Seashell Treasure Chest on a Beach Down the Great Ocean Road Victoria Australia

Camera: Nikon D3000 with 28-300mm Nikkor Lens
Details: Shot at 62mm, 1/500s – F/5.6, ISO 140
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3


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Lori Randall Stradtman

This is so interesting Kristi!! Do you have any idea as to why these “holes” exist? Wonderful site!!

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Kristi Hines

Thanks! Not sure… just the way the ocean erodes at certain areas of the rocks I guess, but for whatever reason, I enjoyed spotting them. They were always full of something interesting!

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