Pale Pink Sea Glass

by emphilis1213

Acadia National Park, Maine<br>

Acadia National Park, Maine

Buy From Art.com


~ submitted by emphilis1213

I'm sort of new to the sea glass world, but I won't forget my first piece of sea glass.

Before I got into sea glass, I collected rocks (which I still do).

I was walking along the beach in Acadia National Park with my friends looking for cool rocks, when I saw something interesting.

I scooped it up and put it in my pocket to look at later.

At first, I thought it was a piece of rose quartz smoothed out by the ocean. It was all "frosted", so I couldn't tell whether or not it actually was.

It didn't make sense that rose quartz would be in the sea, unless someone put it there a long time ago.

About a year later, I was told that the Great Lakes were a good spot for finding sea glass. I didn't know what sea glass looked like.

After an unsuccessful comb, I saw some sea glass that other people had found.

I suddenly realized that my "rose quartz" was actually a piece of pale pink sea glass!

by emphilis1213

Next, see these pages:

Great Lakes Sea Glass
Rare Sea Glass Colors Chart
20 of the rarest of the rare, harder to find, and fairly hard to find, including red, orange, yellow, and pink.


Sea Glass Bar Harbor Maine
Bar Island - Bar Harbor, Maine - Sea Glass
Bar island is a tidal island in Bar Harbor, Maine, USA. "The Bar", a muddy stretch of land, connects Bar Island to Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island.

Sea Glass
The Bayview
Ranked #1 of 39 hotels in Bar Harbor
5.0 of 5 stars 268 Reviews
Travelers' Choice award winner Travelers' Choice® 2012 Best Service

Sea Glass
Beals island & Jonesport, ME Sea Glass Report
Report submitted by LARS in Maine - Shoreline of Beals Is. & Jonesport. City nearest to that beach: Machias, ME -I usually go for about 2 hours and find 20 to 30 pieces.  Most glass found is completely seasoned...

Map of Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor area of Maine:


View Larger Map




Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Best story.



November 2016 Sea Glass Contest Winner

Photo of the Month Winner November 2016

"God Bless the USA"
by
Kathie

Submit your photo to Odyssey's  December 2016 Sea Glass Photo Contest

OdysseySeaGlass relies on advertising to cover costs of sharing sea glass info from around the world. Purchasing from an ad on our site costs no more than directly and provides us with a few cents income.

You will see Google and Amazon ads as well a few other advertisers as you view our pages. .


Browse Our List of Recommended Sea Glass and Beach Books