Long Ago Treasure - August 2013 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Judy Coulson

Long Ago Treasure - August 2013 Sea Glass Photo Contest

Long Ago Treasure - August 2013 Sea Glass Photo Contest

~ submitted by Judy Coulson in Delaware USA

Where was this photo taken?

Found on Woodland Beach, DE

What were your feelings or impressions when taking this photo?

Ironic that I had no intentions of going to the other side of the beach, where this piece was found. 

I was leaving the beach, when I noticed it protruding from the sand.

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

submitted by Judy Coulson

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This photo has been entered in the August 2013 Sea Glass Online Photo Contest.

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