Wow - that is really beautiful!
I love the way you have the candles right down on the sand - what a beautiful way to celebrate.have a great weekendxxxCate
Cate - the candles are actually on our table on a playsilk that is dyed beautiful sand/ sea colors. :)
Wow this is beautiful, I love all the shell candles!
what a beautiful scene. Must have ben easy to gaze at this for an evening!
Love those shell candles!
Wow -- you have created the most lovely menorah I have ever seen! Amazing photo!
The hand dyed fabric really does give the feel of floating in the sea. Really nice picture.Here is my moment (with a bit of water):http://www.livingamused.com/2010/12/10/this-moment-my-moment-of-the-week-12-10-10/
OHh this is nice, really nice. I like it.Thanks for your visit. ;)Have a nice weekend.
I love the light and colours! What a beautiful "moment'!
Gorgeous! I think we will also continue the tradition of making our own nature menorahs each year, too. And perhaps by then we will have followed in your footsteps and started making our own candles!
That is the most beautiful menorah I have ever seen. I love how you made candles out of the shells. That picture is incredibly inspiring. I just might have to steal this idea for someday. Thanks!
i clicked over to tell you that is the most beautiful menorah i have ever seen- and then i realized a dozen other people already told you that. :) happy hanukkah to you and your family!!!
Beautiful, Cindy! Love the playsilk and shell candles. ;)
how beautiful. today is the first year we did not celebrate Hanukkah , your photo makes me slightly teary eyed. in a good way.our moments:http://www.herewearetogether.com/?p=1663
How beautiful! Thanks for leaving your moment for me to discover.
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