Sunday, December 26, 2010

Acadian Beach Glass - Nikon D90

Acadian Beach Glass!  

I found red, white, blue and even yellow beach glass all in one morning beachcombing trip!  

Found near old Bourneuf Wharf in Grosses Coques. Two and a half hours on the beach, on December 26th, 2010. Prints available matted or framed as set. Acadian Beach Glass.
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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Mermaids Memories Beach Glass & Copper Windchimes

Mermaids Memories Beach Glass & Copper Wind Chimes

75 Pieces of Nova Scotia beach glass wrapped with flat copper in 7 strands & 6 copper pipes arranged in a spiral. 

28 inches from bottom to top. Longest strand 21 inches. 

Mermaids Memories Beach Glass & Copper Wind Chimes. Handmade by Angel Flanagan & Jamie Thibault in Clare, Nova Scotia. Commissioned piece

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Monday, December 13, 2010

Beachcombing in December on the shores of Baie Ste Marie.

High winds and heavy rain didn't keep me away from the beach today! 

Carefully picking my way over slippery rock and in the rain, I found a blue beach glass marble, the first marble I found this year!

Along the way was lots of fire glass and white, green & cobalt blue glass too!

Some Nova Scotia agates also washed up in my path so they too were collected.

 The old Bournuef Wharf still has few beams still visible when the tide is out.

Looking toward Church Point from old Bournuef Wharf.

This is piece of Pepsi Bottle Beach Glass. Found on December 5th, 2010.

Yellow Beach Glass is extremely rare.

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Monday, November 29, 2010

Recycled Copper Wire & Beach Glass - Mermaids Memories Suncatchers

 Mermaids Memories Beach Glass Suncatchers

Mermaids Memories Beach Glass Suncatchers are wrapped with recycled copper wire, creating a unique piece abstract art.  These suncatchers are handmade using the found treasures of Beach Glass, Fire Glass & Nova Scotia Stones found along the shores of beautiful Baie Ste Marie. Each one is different.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Moulin de Bangor - Bangor Sawmill

Moulin de Bangor - Bangor Sawmill 
La Butte. Clare, NS.

The Bangor Sawmill Museum is a restored 19th-century water-powered turbine lumber sawmill on the Meteghan River. A major industry in this region's past and a reminder of the time when hundreds of such mills were seen along the many rivers of western Nova Scotia.

After the big rain washed out the dam. The level of water is low, since half the dam is gone.

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Monday, November 15, 2010

La Montaigne & le Richelieu

The rivers & streams in South West Nova were running high last week, after 250 plus mm of rain in just a  few days. Another one of our bridges is closed, so there is a detour on the detour! Here are some pictures I took around Clare. Nova Scotia. Including spots like The Richelieu & La Montainge.
 La Montaigne


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