Lightning! - November 2012 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Ernie
(Lincoln MA)

My favorite piece of sea glass

My favorite piece of sea glass

~ sea glass photo submitted by: Ernie - Lincoln MA

Where was this photo taken?


Date, time of day, and weather conditions?

September 2012, early morning, gorgeous day.

~ sea glass photo submitted by: Ernie - Lincoln MA

More notes on Bermuda

Bermuda has a long, long history. Starting back in the 1500s, when it was "discovered," this island is located about 640 miles off the east coast of the United States.

The closest land is Cape Hatteras on the coast of North Carolina.

Juan de Bermudez, a Spanish captain, claimed the land for Spain in 1505. However, it was not settled at that time.

The first noted settlement of Bermuda was in 1609. In 1707, Bermuda became a British colony.

Hurricanes commonly sweep this island and debris from storms has deposited interesting objects on the ocean floor and beaches of Bermuda.

Bermuda is great for sea glass!

~ by David from Odyssey

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