Little Treasures

One of the other things to do when you go to Cambria is look for pretty pebbles on the beach.   This is Moonstone Beach and it is well known for its little treasures.   I have found a handful that sit on my desk, waiting for a little dish and many more to make a pretty collection.   Walking along, once the fog lifts, you see the water.  


If you walk along the upper part of the beach, it's pebbles.   Lots and lots of pretty pebbles.   I don't have a photo of of them, but there are many photos on flickr that people have shared.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/stars4esther/6725172049/

I enjoy looking for little treasures.   I have found 2 very very small pieces of sea glass, both in green.   And I will continue to look every time I walk along this beach.   If you delight in finding pretty little pebbles, it's worth taking your eyes off the water...at least for a little while.

Enjoy your Sunday.   I hope you're seeing signs of Autumn.

Comments

linda eller said…
I love the pebbles and their different colors. I would be a collector too, if I lived near. Have a blessed Sunday.
Willow said…
I love the texture and hues of sea glass.
It would be nice to have a small dish filled with colored glass from the beach. How nice that would look sitting on a table in front of a window catching the light. xox
missy said…
We are seeing signs of Autumn..Yay!! Windows open..leaves falling..Love your header..
TexWisGirl said…
i can get lost for hours picking up pebbles and stones, etc. :)
Bibi said…
I love to beachcomb.
HI I love walking on the beach and seeing what amazing thins there are to treasure.
Tabor said…
In my neck of the woods beach glass is now sold as jewelry in the museum shop and in great demand!
Michelle said…
I would love to find sea glass. I think it is beautiful.
Lynne said…
Lucky you . . . Love the green of sea glass.
Comfypjs said…
There is a beach in Northern California called Glass Beach. One is not permitted to take the glass though. Apparently, there was a factory somewhere near by years ago that used to dump into the ocean. You can 'buy' sea glass from the gift shop. Definitely not the same as finding it yourself. I thought the same thing as Diane that it would be nice to see it catching the light near a window.
C-ingspots said…
Beautiful beach scene! I'm a beachcomber as well, and have quite the collection of pebbles, shells and some beach glass. I'm always on the prowl for more beach glass, but it's harder and harder to find. I've seen some amazing pieces of jewelry made from beach glass and love all the amazing shapes and colors. So pretty! We're feeling more fall-like this week...much cooler and some leaves are turning and starting to fall in our yard.

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