Sunday, November 17, 2013

Sunday Simulacra - Version 7.25

Today's skulls are made of shells.

Dolores of Loudoun County, VA, found this skull on a beach in Outer Banks, NC. She explained, "Shelling on Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge we found ole Shelly Skull nestled among the sand and stones and bits of shell. He now resides on our bookshelf!

Tressy Baronem of Boynton Beach, FL, "found this skull on the beach in FL. This is exactly the way I found it, unaltered in any way. It is one of my favorite pieces as I am an avid skull collector."

Keep sending those pictures in, we always love seeing what our skull hunters find. Anyone is welcomed to participate, it's fun and it's easy. If you see a simulacra skull, photograph it and send those pictures in to our submissions address with a little something about what it is really and maybe a little about you.

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