Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Wordless Wednesday

Enjoy these seaglass beaches from around the world.....







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34 comments:

  1. What great pictures! I love these!
    Mitch

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    1. Thank you. You apparently have one of the best places to find Seaglass in the US!
      Dead Horse Bay. :)
      Thanks for visiting.

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  2. Wow, what beautiful seaglass beaches! Nature is amazing, isn't it?

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    1. What is amazing to me is that nature has turned human waste into a thing of beauty! Almost like it is saying to humanity...HA!

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  3. Beautiful pics! I especially like the last one, it's my fave! Have a great day!

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    1. Thank you for visiting Tonya, they are truly a wonder.

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  4. wooow...seaglass beach! I have never seen on myself...thanks for sharing it..

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    1. LOL. Unfortunately I would have to travel by plane (or a really really long car ride) to be able to see these in person. South Florida is not known for rocky beaches.

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  5. Beach glass is a unique treasure: worth nothing (being trash) but precious all the same.

    I once had a tidepool tank completely floored in beach glass I'd collected since childhood. The neatest thing is the old pieces of long-vanished glassware you find; colours, shapes, and thicknesses that haven't been seen for centuries. Bright red bits of old taillights and running lights from days long past; pieces of the pink or green glass plates that used to be very common but are seldom seen now.

    Somewhere down there, an old trash dump gives up a shard or two in the year's biggest storm.

    Nice post!

    Robin
    Rusty Ring: Reflections of an Old-Timey Hermit

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    1. Wow!! Reds, and Pinks are so rare these days. I bet that was so cool to collect that much. We do not have that much glass here in Florida. I'm jealous!

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  6. I had no idea the seaglass could be so thickly spread on a beach. Remarkable! Are these places you have seen yourself? Where are they? So impressed.

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    1. Hi Sara, Actually, quite a few are on your side of the country! Ft Bragg in California being one. Unfortunately there is not that much glass to be found here in south Florida, but places like these are definitely on my bucket list!

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  7. Wonderful places with such a lot of seaglass, oh my!
    As a child I was in holidays by the Eastern Sea and I was lucky to find some little pieces, must search for a long time... and I've saved my treasures -
    Today I'm living so far away from all seas and never had the money to travel or the urgent needed car for that...
    But well, that's life and I have other daily joys
    Greetings from Germany

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    1. There is a gentleman on one of the seaglass Facebook pages from Germany, he sends the most amazing pictures of somewhere that has an amazing amount of seaglass...but he will NOT tell us where it is...lol.

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  8. So I take it that the sea glass is broken bottles washed on the beach and smoothed out in the process of the surf crashing down on then bit's. sort of natural tumbler process. Neat photos

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    1. That is correct! But not necessarily just bottles. Could be running lights, old windows, to those glass things on old telephone poles (can't remember what they are called now). Thanks for visiting.

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  9. Thanks most sincerely for the lovely comment you left on ~ My little old world ~, I appreciate it so, so much, my new friend !

    You also have such a wonderful blog, I'm going to follow you with much joy, thank you again !

    Enjoy your day with gladness

    Xx Daniela

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    1. Thank you Daniela! I think I need a bit of that Mozart right now.
      Thank you for visiting.

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  10. wow AMAZING photos!!
    My son enjoys these treasures too much, he surely would love to visit this beach

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    1. They are of Ft Bragg, The Jersey Shore, and a beach in Puerto Rico.
      Someday I would love to visit them too.

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  11. Gorgeous pictures! I'd love to find a trove of sea glass one of these days on a beach walk.

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    1. Unfortunately I have not found anything close to this in Florida.
      But maybe on one of your travels, you can scope out some sites for me ;)

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  12. looks very colorful and pretty _

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    1. It is Gattina. Believe it or not, there are a few places like this in Germany. I am still researching though.
      Thank you for visiting.

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  13. I used to live in S Fl and nothing there looks like this! I'd love to go to a beach full of sea glass.

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    1. This is true Carol. My daughter and I are planning to go to one of these beaches in the future.
      Thank you for visiting.

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  14. Lisa, how neat! Are there any seaglass beaches in the US? I've never been to one but then again I am not a beachie kinda gal unless I'm going to see a lighthouse and then you can count me in for that every time. :) Thanks for sharing such interesting, fun photos! I've heard of people using seaglass in jewelry making. Do you do this? Have a good weekend, my friend and I hope you'll join me again! ;)

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    1. I am a lighthouse lover too - much to my families chagrin. Lol. I guess trudging up 80 or so steps is not everyone's idea of fun.
      Yes, the beaches you see here are in California, New Jersey and Puerto Rico.

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    1. It is a journey that my daughter and I look forward to making together!

      Thank you for visiting my page!

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  16. Wow! These are stunning pics! I too love to collect beach glass mainly from our great lakes here in Ontario.

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    1. You are a lucky one Sue! As you can see by some of the earlier comments, many (including me) have yet to visit one of these beautiful sites!

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