The Heart of the Campfire - July 2014 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Wee Selkie
(Victoria, B.C. Canada)

What do you see?

What do you see?

~ sea glass contest photo was submitted by Wee Selkie in Victoria, B.C. Canada

Where was this photo taken?

Victoria, B.C.

Date, time of day, and weather conditions?

It was taken early morning, on a sunny day.  The tide had been high the night before, and I was
hoping for a good kick up of glass.

What were your feelings or impressions when taking this photo?

When I saw this glass, a thought it was a piece of melted plastic. 

Then I realized it was the biggest piece of campfire glass I had ever seen! 

I never fail to find at least ONE exceptional piece of glass every time I go sea glassing

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

This picture was taken with my Sony Cybershot.

What tips do you have for taking good photos of sea glass?

I find that early morning, or late afternoon shots are best for sea glass. 

The light is softer, and the colours are vibrant.

~ sea glass contest photo was submitted by Wee Selkie in Victoria, B.C. Canada

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