Monday, February 13, 2017

Mount Street Beach - Part II

If you missed the first part of our beach adventure, you can view it here.
Today I am sharing the rest of the pictures I took, 
it was a beautiful day!













Here is the sea glass we found - all in a very small area.
I think the olive green piece is my favorite and the blue one on the right with all the markings.
I found the most, Chuck found all the blue...
but I found the biggest piece.
I win!

21 comments:

  1. brrrrrrrrr

    you made this Floridian go, brrrrrr

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  2. A beautiful day indeed! Lovely blue sky, sunlight, snow and ice.

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  3. i especially love the close up shots Debbie

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  4. Burrrrr, looks cold and tranquil, a great place to hear our thoughts. Love the glass, the blue one is my favorite. Makes me wonder where it came from, what it was, who used it... questions with no answers. Great photo story Debbie, thank you for sharing!

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  5. How do the home owners get down to the beach? It looks like their stairs are broken or end and it would be an awfully big jump down to the sand? The blue one on the right, with all the markings, is my favorite. You must be in a perfect spot for all of the glass to wash up in that area of the Atlantic.

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  6. More gorgeous photos Debbie. I'm always blown away!

    xoxo

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  7. Very beautiful day, Debbie. The photos are very cute. I love all of them. Beautiful shell with crystals.
    Besos.

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  8. I want to start collecting beach glass -- (I wish I could -- as far as I know there isn't any at beaches we visit; I've never seen any, maybe I just don't know how to look)> Your winter beach is stunning -- there's another thing I've never done ... walked on a beach when the weather is icy. (Gray, rainy and windy, oh yes, in Oregon... but never ice)..... All your pics are marvelous, but I especially love the one with the tumbling down dunes fence. I loved those fences when we traveled 'up East'. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  9. Reed found two pieces of beach glass in Panama. Needless to say, we brought them home and stuck them in a jar with our dually collected sea shells. Aw, memories.

    xoxo Andrea @ This Knitted Life

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  10. Gorgeous blue skies & very pretty photos, Debbie! I can only imagine how cold it must have been but well worth the walk!

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  11. Ha ha ... you won! Was there a prize for the winner? ;D) Lovely sea glass and shells. I do like those very pale blue or green sea glass. Beautiful photos and a delight to share your walk. Cheers now xx

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  12. Such a pretty day. I love the snow on the sand, it looks like powdered sugar. Are you finding harder and harder to find beach glass? It seems around here more and more people collect it. Your finds are beautiful.

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  13. The bright blue sky makes the pictures look warm, but the ice coated posts show a different story.

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  14. Weve been on the beach alot the past week too! love the pictures--- wow the sky was such a vibrant shade of blue!! Just gorgeous. The new sea glass treasures are so pretty. I just love all your photography!

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  15. Sold, that's what the bottom of my wish list is thinking. Only problem is all my family and friends would be so far, so very, very far away. Darn it!

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  16. You took some lovely photos of winter at the beach; I enjoyed them. I don't know that I have ever seen snow on a beach before. It did look like a beautiful day.
    I love your collection of sea glass; you and that hubby are good at being competitive and so loving too. Blessings and hugs!

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  17. Wow - look at those blue skies! Your sea glass find is making my "collection" look pretty pathetic :-/

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  18. What a beautiful day - the light is amazing - as can be seen from your wonderful photographs.
    Sea glass looks great - well done to you both.

    All the best Jan

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  19. Gorgeous photos! Winter on the beach!

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