Saturday beach glass fun

by Terri
(Aptos, CA)

North of Santa Cruz beach glass fun

North of Santa Cruz beach glass fun

Found during a couple hours spent on the coast north of Santa Cruz, CA

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Apr 24, 2015
by: Musa

The Saturday beach glass pictures that are shared here on the page are very beautiful. I would like to know more on the origin of sea glasses. I am wondering how these beautiful glasses are made. Please share more.

Apr 17, 2010
by: Pam

You found some real gems! Those are beautiful!

Apr 16, 2010
by: Anonymous

I can't believe you found such great glass! Wow, wow, wow! They are beautiful!

Apr 06, 2010
Santa Cruz Sea Glass - Such fun!
by: Terri

Thank you for the comments - we've just started getting into sea glass & were SO excited to find these on our second trip out.

The 1st trip we went at high tide & found only very small bits, but on this day I checked the tide charts & went at low tide with great results.

I don't know whether this was an average day's find for that area or not. We met about a dozen nice people who looked to be experienced glass hunters - wetsuits, shovels & all!

If we should have such good luck on our next trips I'll keep you in mind, Nancy!

The information and photos on this site have really gotten us excited about a new hobby :)

Apr 06, 2010
by: Nancy

Yes, very nice glass! Your lucky you live there? I'm in the midwest, so not much here, but I buy if your willing to sell. Let me know.

Apr 06, 2010
Santa Cruz Sea Glass
by: Mermaid's Purse

That is a handful of beautiful sea glass. A lot of those pieces look jewelry grade. You scored, Congrats.

Fair Winds and Calm Seas,
Deborah Leon

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