sea glass


I have a forever love for sea glass.  I instantly loved this photo by Celine.

thanks Nikole for the introduction to this lovely lady.

13 Responses to “sea glass”

  1. Brandi said:

    I loved hunting for sea glass when I was younger. On the Jersey shore, blue glass is the most difficult to find, though I have heard that people have found sea glass that’s orange or yellow in color as well.

    I might have to go hunting soon. Can you hunt sea glass on the West Coast?

  2. Hannah C said:

    I love seaglass too. My mom lives in Hawaii and we always go hunting when we visit. So pretty.

  3. erin said:

    yes, yes. reminds me of walking the beach with my mom as a kid.

  4. Katie said:

    Seaglass is one of my FAVORITE things to make rings out of. I very love it, as my little nephew would say!

  5. Mike S said:

    I just love men who pick up sea glass!!

  6. Jai said:

    Holy Crap – I thought I was the only one who liked this stuff. I use it to decorate plates, and also for game pieces when we lose them. I have bags of this stuff in my crawlspace.

  7. beth h said:

    ooo, seaglass… every piece is different and special…

  8. Carrie said:

    I love it too, and stumbled upon Richard LaMotte discussing the subject and his book “Pure Sea Glass: Discovering Nature’s Vanishing Gems” while on sojourn in Delaware. It’s a lovely tabletop-style book, and I recommend it to anyone like me, who is curious to know more about their little treasures.

  9. Vanessa said:

    That photo just makes me want to go to the beach right now and pick up some shells and rocks, maybe sea glass if i find any and eat sandwiches while sitting in the sand.

  10. celine said:

    wow! I am so honoured that you showed one of my photos here! Truely, thank you so much! I am just so flattered that you like it!
    Mike S’s comment is funny!

  11. Elle said:

    Hunting for sea glass and agates, two of the best things to do at the beach!