Married to the Sea

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

A very late submission to the Shadow Gallery (it was supposed to be posted by Sunday!) a fantastic project that is run by the incredibly talented Tracy of Hey Harriet. It is open to anyone who would like to participate. The requisites to join are simple and can be read *HERE*.



Sources: The photo above is of my lovely 'Ship in a bottle' which I had the extreme luck of winning from Emily of Resplendent Tranquility about a month ago. It's very much a treasure! Also, below is a photograph of seashells that my good friend Hugh recently brought back for me from his trip to Guam. He also brought me some chocolates... but those were devoured before they could be photographed.



Thank you so much Tracy, Emily and Hugh!!...

28 comments:

drollgirl said...

you take such lovely photos! those seashells are GLISTENING! :)

sealaura said...

drollgirl is right, your photos are gorgeous. can i be your student? love those shells so beautiful. Un abrazo muy fuerte for you and George :)

Maria Confer said...

Gorgeous photos!! Love the message in the bottle and the seashells.

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Kristin said...

That necklace is so lovely!

LENORENEVERMORE said...

That's a special gift from Guam!
The tiny bottle is beyond adorable Gabbi! ~xo*

Emily said...

Oh, what a delightful post Gabbi! I love the photo you took of your necklace and just look at those pretty shells! I have a small collection of seashells I brought back from Italy (from along the Gulf of Venice). Each time I hold them in my hands I'm whisked away to the Italian seaside preserved in my memory.

P.S. You're welcome :)

Keith said...

Those are wonderful. I really enjoyed those. I love the sea. Both sets of my grandparents had homes on the river when I was growing up.

Leah said...

Lovely images... the first reminded me of the movie "message in a bottle".

lancelonie said...

Your blog just popped out from nowhere. :) I figured you were working on this awhile back. Believe it or not, I visited you 3x until I saw your freshly cooked post. :)
Glad to see it... :)

Diana said...

I love the necklace you won from Emily!

I agree with DrollGirl! Those babies are sparkling!

muchlove said...

I love that necklace Emily made! Gorgeous photos, Gabbi ^_^

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abril en paris said...

El regalo es la amistad y todo el amor que te rodea.
¡ Gracias por pasar por El apartamento en Paris y por tu amable comentario !
Eres Amazing !! :-)

Mondo said...

Love the autumnal light of the top shot Gabbi - gorgeous as ever!

Sam said...

Oh! Pretty, pretty!! Message in a bottle (can't help thinking of that "Police" song - I'm going to have it in my head all evening now!!) is so mysterious and full of meaning...the seashells are so delightful - I love their creamy sheen - wonderfully shot!! Hope you're having a lovely week sweetheart! XX

Rebecca said...

That little bottle is so adorable! And the seashells - I love them. Beautiful! I used to collect shells from the beach in Texas, but I never found any that were very complete..

miriam said...

oh, that neckless is just fabulous. you captured it perfectly!

Anonymous said...

now i have read everything i need to - i was never a bitch, i never ignored anyone - you 4 always all got on better with each other thats all. i am quieter than you all but i never imagined you would or could be capable of so much hate. i couldnt do it to my worst enemy

natalie said...

Beautiful, Gabbi! Bottle necklaces are so precious!

Cafe Fashionista said...

Ship In A Bottle - I need. What a fabulous little necklace to wear clasped around your throat - quite the conversation piece. Congratulations on winning! :)

Emmy said...

those seashells are beautiful...there's just something so alluring about simple shells that it makes it absolutely impossible to resist picking them off the beach :-)

Iva said...

you are such a great photographer! So creative Gabbi!! :)

Hanako66 said...

your photos are truly gorgeous!

Pen Pen said...

I love pictures of the light in the evening-esp when it involves the beach!
I sit outside in the evening each day and watch the sun go down. I like the evening when I know it's just going to get cooler and not hotter like it does in the morning.

Hey Harriet said...

Wonderful Gabbi! Even if you're late! Did you sleep in? ;) I'm glad you joined in just the same. Maybe it can be an extra early submission for this coming Sunday :)

Down and Out Chic said...

wow, that necklace is a treasure. the seashells are beautiful too and make me want the ocean so badly.
you're one talented lady ms. gabbi!

_nina_malvada_ said...

i adore the necklace...so so unique

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