Treasure Found - June Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Hugh Berenger
(San Clemente Ca, USA)

Treasure Found

Treasure Found

I took this shot with a Canon 7D.


The glass is in it's natural state as found. I quickly would click a shot of the glass before I picked it up.

It was late in the afternoon on a nice warm sunny day. I found many treasures this day!

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This special photo is in the June 2011 Sea Glass Photo Contest.

It is also entered in the 2011 Sea Glass Photo of the Year contest.

Even if the contest for a certain month is closed, your vote will count towards the Photo of the Year, announced in January of the following year.

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Super bronzer! - June 2011 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Estela027
(Spain)

Super bronzer!

Super bronzer!

One of my favourite pieces of seaglass.

I still remember the day I found it!

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Pieces of the Sea June 2011 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Amanda
(Palm Beach, FL)

Pieces of the Sea

Pieces of the Sea

~ contest photo submitted online by Amanda in Palm Beach, Florida, USA

My name's Amanda, this photo was taken on Palm Beach over the summer.

It was a beautiful day for seaglassing.

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Sea Glass Spectrum - June 2011 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Emily Ragle
(Jersey Shore, NJ, USA)

Sea Glass Spectrum

Sea Glass Spectrum

~ contest photo submitted online by Emily Ragle, Jersey Shore, NJ, USA

My family has been collecting sea glass for as long as we've lived at the Jersey Shore.

I just recently started photographing our collection.

This photo is composed of all the sea glass we've found that was a rare/unique color.

I shot the photos with a Canon EOS Rebel T1i and a 24mm 2.8 lens on a white background.

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Neat Bottle Tops - June 2011 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Jen
(Pa.)

Neat Bottle Tops

Neat Bottle Tops


Where was this photo taken? (If appropriate, beach name, city, state or province, country)

At my home, but most of the glass pictured was found in Atlantic City, NJ

What kind of camera and/or lens did you use?

Canon Sure Shot (I think)

What tips or suggestions do you have for other photographers?

None, really. Just concentrate on finding the beach glass, and the pics taken afterward should speak for themselves!

~ by Jen in PA~






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Sea Glass from Spectacle Island - June 2011 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Sherri L. VandenAkker
(Boston, Massachusetts)

Sea Glass from Spectacle Island, Boston Harbor

Sea Glass from Spectacle Island, Boston Harbor

Sea Glass from Spectacle Island, Boston Harbor, Massachusetts



What kind of camera and/or lens did you use?

Canon
EOS Rebel T1i
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by: Sherri VandenAkker

Agreed, Melanie!

This glass was collected and photographed on the Island - on a picnic table - and left there, as "ordered" by the signs.

- Sherri

Spectacle Island, Boston
by: Anonymous

Hi, not to be a "downer ", but Spectacle Island has many sign's on it saying not to take ANYTHING from it.

If they see you taking glass or anything else, they will ask you to leave it.

The island is basically used for school age kids' field trips, which they will let the kids explore, find things & then take them back to school to try to figure out the history of it.

Just saying...

Melanie

Camera & lens
by: Sherri VandenAkker

Thanks for asking about the photo. I shot this with my 7 year old Canon Rebel using a Canon 18-55mm zoom lens.

The lighting was natural--an overcast afternoon in October.

Cheers!

- Sherri

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