A close up:
The shells in front of Aphrodite are from Malta, including a fossil. I have a thing about asking people to bring me rocks and shells from their travels, and some friends who travel a lot. That works out really nicely. :)
And a better view of Aphrodite:
Temporarily I've taken Ganesh and Inanna off my altar. With Kuan Yin, Mary, and Aphrodite on the altar together I've tried to emphasize the sea elements by adding a conch. I traded my purple goblet for a red one and brought in other red accents. The altar cloths are two napkins. I often buy napkins to give me a lot of versatility in my altar designs both at home and at work. In my last job I was often asked to do protection spells for the server and cleansing spells for the offices and maintained a money altar in the finance office where I worked. The owner was very open about including such things, it was nothing that I pushed for.