Cemetery beach

by Jess

Cemetery Beach, Port Hedland, Western Australia.

This beach has mainly seafoam, clear, green and brown but i did find one blue and a marble as well as a few pottery pieces over a 3 month period.

The majority is well rounded and frosted although there is a few sharp pieces.

The glass is only viewable during low tide as during high tide the beach is nearly completely submerged.

The beach is a dogs on lead beach because of nesting flatback turtles.

The photo includes a mix of what i found to show all the colours

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Mar 08, 2019
Wow, real treasure hunt!
by: David & Lin @ Odyssey Sea Glass

Thanks for this excellent report, wish we were there.

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