I admit that the beach combing is better on this side of the country, simply because we have so many different coloured stones. Beach glass (others call it sea glass) is getting harder and harder to find. I only found one tiny piece of green on this trip, but I did bring home some cool rocks and shells.
The stones are also more impressive looking when they are wet.
They come in all different colours and sizes too. Even the grains of sand are pretty.
Shells and crab bits in the seaweed.
Lots of clam shells in all sizes
Some rocks are even heart shaped.
The hole in the clam shell is where a seagull or other bird pecked through.
Teeny tiny and very fragile clam shell that was still connected at the 'hinge'.
I really liked that holey rock so I took it with me. So much quartz too!
Doesn't this cloud look like the head and neck of a unicorn?