Lovely Rims - April 2013 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Catherine Kelly
(Glen Burnie, Maryland)

Lovely Rims from Sea Glass Visions

Lovely Rims from Sea Glass Visions

~ submitted by Catherine Kelly in Glen Burnie, Maryland

All of these rims were found in local waterways near my home in Maryland.

This photo was taken in my home with my iphone.

I wish I had some good tips for others about taking pictures.

It's the most difficult thing to do, but it's also the most essential thing when it comes to selling sea glass jewelry.

Time and patience and when the light is finally right be ready!

~ submitted by Catherine Kelly

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Apr 11, 2013
Sorry to Laura in RI
by: Cathy Kelly

Dear Laura in RI,

Sorry to disappoint you by not mentioning exactly where these rims were found.

The reason has NOTHING to do with selfishness. It has to do with my best friend, the person who introduced me to sea glassing.

SHE took me to the beach where all these rims were found, and SHE requested I NOT SHARE the location with anyone. I am simply honoring a friends request.

Again, sorry to disappoint you and I thank you for your suggestions.

Now that you know my reasons are not due to me being "self sited", I hope you will consider voting for my picture.


Apr 11, 2013
Finding Sea Glass rims
by: Laura in RI

Dear Cathy Kelly,

Sorry if you don't wish to disclose your location. But I know Maryland too. It's by the Chesapeake Bay Bridge right outside Baltimore. And people there are lots of bottle tops in all ranges of colors.

Annapolis is another great area to visit for sea glass, as well is Pamlico Sound.

I am proud to tell other sea glass lovers who happen to visit and point out just where to look. Stop being so self sited.

PS...Rocky Point Beach, Warwick, RI

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