February is a grey month here in Maine so when the sun finally peeked out from behind the clouds I headed right down to my favorite collecting beach to enjoy the rays while they lasted. By the time I got there it was overcast again and the wind had started to pick up. When it started to snow, I moved under the pier.
Driftwood riddled with shipworm holes, sea glass, oyster shell, beach stones, bird leg bone, seaweed, metal fork, spring, metal spoon, plastic knife handle, soda can tab, toothbrush, guitar pick, and miscellaneous plastic scraps.
- Jennifer Steen Booher
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- 3264x3264 / 2.2MB
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- the Beachcombing series