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Beach People Photos - Living the Beach Life

Beach People - Submit photos of you, your friends, and other other people on the ocean shore, beach combing or just having fun! Share your fun photos here with other sea glass fans...

It seems like people you run into at the beach are in a positive, if not festive mood. They might be visiting from somewhere else, walking their dogs, or just enjoying the day.

Some may even be hunting beach glass! Or combing the beach for agates, driftwood, interesting pebbles, etc.

Or, you are getting together with some other folks for a good time, maybe including a beach barbecue. In any event, photos are a good way to share those great people with others.

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These are people photos! You...your friends...your dogs...and other such people you meet on the beach.

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Janet in Connecticut 
My cousin and I each found 3.5 lbs.+ of sea glass today at Seaside Beach in Bridgeport, CT. Check out that little round gem... that was my favorite …

Alki Beach, WA 
I just moved to Washington State from Virginia in June. I wanted a new hobby once I came here because I had moved away from everyone I knew. So …

Sea glass love 
My boyfriend Mike and I at Glass Beach in Ft. Bragg, CA

Sisterly Love Sea Glass 
Where was this photo taken? (If appropriate, beach name, city, state or province, country) All over Okinawa, Japan Date, time of day, and weather conditions? …

Red beach glass Whiskey Creek WA 
Whiskey Creek, WA north of Port Angeles

Looking for sea glass in all weathers 
Hi I look for sea glass in all kinds of weather! See above.

Richard and Karen - Glass Beach Washington 
Lin was feeling not too bad yesterday, so we headed to the beach. Although it was drizzling when we left home, the weather cleared up and it was a …

Shelley Vincent 
Meet Shelley and her pal, Jake, from Long Beach, Gloucester Massachusetts. They are some of the fun people (well, dogs are people too, aren't they) …

orange beach glass 
Lummi Island, San Juans

Red beach glass / orange beach glass 
The red glass was found at Whiskey Creek and the orange was found on Lummi Island

Tegan, John, and Charlotte - Sea Glass Day at West Beach 
(click here to zoom ) Tegan, John, and Charlotte - Sea Glass Day at West Beach on September 8, 2009. Tegan is an accomplished Egyptian Belly Dancer, …

Christy and Yona 
Lin, Christy,and Yona, Beach People Photos  Click photo to zoom Lin and I (David) were looking for sea glass today (after finding the amberina …

Fun People at the Beach 
One of the enjoyable things about looking for sea glass is meeting other fun people and their dogs. It seems like folks who enjoy walking on the beach …

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