Our Best Day Yet! - July 2011 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Sarah
(Fremont, NH, USA)

Our Best Day Ever

Our Best Day Ever

~ by Sarah - Fremont, NH, USA

This photo was taken in my kitchen. My daughter and I collected all of this glass in a three hour period on July 19th, 2011 at North Hampton State Park in N. Hampton, New Hampshire

The photo was taken July 19, 2011

We were so excited! I've collected glass my entire life, and this is the most I've ever collected in one day!

I used a Sony Cybershot G camera for this photo.

Try with and without a flash!  This picture was taken with a flash even though it wasn't needed.  It caught the colors better than natural light did.  Always be aware of where your shadow falls.  Make sure you're not taking a picture of yourself!

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Aug 10, 2017
Rocks and minerals
by: Anonymous

"State Park by: Anonymous" said, "Collecting rocks and minerals in State Parks is illegal."

Sea GLASS is neither a rock nor a mineral. Same with SHELLS. So the above has nothing to do with picking up sea glass or seashells. Now, if it said, "no picking up of trash," that could apply to sea glass...

Sep 27, 2015
Sea Glass - Hampton Beach: near Boar's Head, NH
by: Katie

Hampton Beach: near Boar's Head, NH

Mostly brown, white & green, but for New Hampshire, there's quite a bit.

More so during the winter months when the snowbirds are down south!

Jan 16, 2015
State Park
by: Anonymous

Collecting rocks and minerals in State Parks is illegal.

Jun 06, 2013
N. Hampton Beach
by: Anonymous

We've been there a few times and have never found a single piece.

We're avid sea glass hunters here in Maine.

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