Maine Treasures! - July 2014 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Mary Mcvicar
(Saco, Maine)

Maine treasures - Sea Glass

Maine treasures - Sea Glass

~ sea glass contest photo was submitted by Mary Mcvicar in Saco, Maine

My Husband, Mom, & I are always looking on the beach for hidden gems!

We live in Saco, Maine so there are so many places to find sea glass.

My prized piece is a small red one my Mother & I found in Old Orchard Beach, Maine, it was right after Hurricane Sandy came through our area.

I found the blue pieces on Revere Beach in Boston, Mass.

Most of the clear & sea foam green I found on Peaks Island, Maine. That's a great place to find seaglass. I found the big clear end of a bottle on Peaks Island as well.

It's a lot of fun looking for these little treasures! I can't resist it! A walk on the beach usually turns into a search for seaglass!! 

My Husband & I are collecting enough pieces to hopefully tile our bathroom walls with!! How awesome would that be?!

Well the thrill never dies in search of these sea treasures... Happy hunting!!!

Thanks & enjoy my collection.

Date, time of day, and weather conditions?

Dates & locations vary but most seaglass I've found in Maine.

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

I used my iPhone 5 to take my pics.

~ sea glass contest photo was submitted by Mary Mcvicar in Saco, Maine

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