Pale Pink Sea Glass
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:
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