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Wedding Season...

I’ve spent a lot of time this summer creating wedding portraits. Wedding dresses require longer pieces of sea glass than most of the things I make and it’s always exciting to find a long, slightly curved piece of weathered glass lying on the sand. 44 more words

Pebble Art



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This article is about searching the beach. For the famous wartime carrier pigeon, see Beach Comber.

Beachcombing is an activity that consists of an individual “combing” (or searching) the beach and the… 1,334 more words


A Day at the Beach

Taking advantage of a good low tide is something everyone should do as often as possible.

Last week I went down for a 9:30 AM low tide and found all sorts of cool critters! 24 more words


Anemones Everywhere!

Today’s low tide at Finlayson Point was great for beach combing and I found all sorts of interesting life in the intertidal zone! There was a great sample of anemones, including aggregates, rose and painted anemones! 160 more words


Nudibranch at Finlayson Point!

Exploring the rocks at low tide today I came upon what appeared to be an oddly coloured anemone – However, upon closer inspection, I realized it was a nudibranch! 109 more words


*UPDATED* Washed up Skate along Dallas Rd

While on a beach walk this morning, I came across a dead, washed up skate – it had been badly torn up, possibly by fishermen who only wanted its fins and threw the rest back overboard but Steller sea lions are also known to hunt them.  82 more words


Emu Beach, Albany Western Australia

Sorry I haven’t been on here for a while Beachcombers – it’s been raining.

We did take a short trip down to beautiful Albany though and surprisingly enough (Albany is known for it’s rain) we had two fantastic sunny days right in the middle of winter. 110 more words