Over the Christmas holidays, I’ve been thinking about getting outside in the fresh air. However, I’m not normally in the habit of doing something without a good reason to do it. So I had to come up with a reason for going outside. With Guernsey being surrounded by the sea I figured I’d head out to the beaches and see what I could find in the way of sea glass.
Sea glass are bottles, jars, etc. that have been discarded into the sea and have been broken and smoothed by the action of waves on stones and sand. The following pictures show what I was able to find on just two trips:
I’m not really an artistic person, so I’m unlikely to use it myself. I’ll probably donate it to people that come along to Make Space once it’s set up. If you want to get your hands on it, sign up to the newsletter. I would love for an artist to be able to make something beautiful from these items which someone else considered to be junk.