My beach stones of many colors

by Sharon Barefoot
(Cedar Point, NC, USA)

I took this photo with my Nikon D50 in Cedar Point NC in my home on December 21, 2016 at 8:00 am.

It was a sunny beautiful morning and I was feeling pride as I took this photo because of the pieces I was blessed to find.

I found some of the pebbles on Indian Beach and Emerald Isle beach in North Carolina and some on the islands in Bogue Sound Inlet area also in North Carolina.

Although I am not by any means a professional photographer I would suggest to keep taking pictures until you are happy with the way the picture has turned out.

Submitted Wed Dec 21 10:16:38 2016 EST
By: Sharon Barefoot,
Cedar Point, NC, USA

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My beach stones of many colors
by: Anonymous

This is my favorite photo. I love the different colors in each piece of the glass. I'm not sure how to vote so I decided to write a comment.

Hi Anonymous,

These are not sea glass, they appear to be beach stones.

Only photos of beach glass can be entered in the monthly Sea Glass Online Photo Contest.

On the other hand, we love your photo!

Thanks so much!

David and Lin

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