Picture of a small Variegated Scallop shell with a pink and white pattern in the wet sand at Studland Beach, Dorset, UK on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site (1) 

Just a pretty picture of a small pink and white Scallop shell photographed on Studland beach, Dorset, UK, yesterday. There are many beautiful seashells to be found on this seashore. The shell is just 30mm across as you can see from the size of the sand grains attached to it. Studland is owned by the National Trust; and forms part of the World Heritage site called the Jurassic Coast.

[This is a revised post first published on 2 March 2009].

P1050520bBlog2 Close-up or macro photograph of a small Variegated Scallop seashell with a pink and white pattern and scattered sand grains from the beach at Studland Bay, Dorset, UK on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site (2)

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