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Coast Walk 1: from the Bar to the Town Beach, Bar Harbor, Maine; January 1, 2015

From left to right, top to bottom:

1. sea glass, die-cast toy truck, sea glass, Common Periwinkle (Littorina littorea), Razor Clam (Ensis directus)
2. ceramic electrical fixture, granite beach stone, porcelain shard, Common Eider skull (Somateria mollissima), ceramic spark plug, Soft-shelled Clam (Mya arenaria)
3. more periwinkles, Northern Rock Barnacle clump (Semibalanus balanoides), two Dog Whelks (Nucella lapillus), driftwood, two Common Periwinkle
4. seaweed – I’m not so good with marine algae, but I think it’s Rockweed (Fucus distichus), sea glass, Green Crab (Carcinus maenas), sea glass, bird leg bone
5. more sea glass, Common Eider spine, aluminum soda can tab, Blue Mussel (Mytilus edulis), fabric flower, copper doohickey (maybe part of a hose)
6. Moon snail (Lunatia heros), more periwinkles, styrofoam packing peanut, another Blue Mussel, plastic spoon, lobster-claw band, plastic earpiece from sunglasses, sea glass, and an oyster shell (the shape looks like Ostrea edulis, a.k.a. the European flat oyster, which means it was most likely farmed, not wild)

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From left to right, top to bottom:<br />
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1. sea glass, die-cast toy truck, sea glass, Common Periwinkle (Littorina littorea), Razor Clam (Ensis directus)<br />
2. ceramic electrical fixture, granite beach stone, porcelain shard, Common Eider skull (Somateria mollissima), ceramic spark plug, Soft-shelled Clam (Mya arenaria)<br />
3. more periwinkles, Northern Rock Barnacle clump (Semibalanus balanoides), two Dog Whelks (Nucella lapillus), driftwood, two Common Periwinkle<br />
4. seaweed – I’m not so good with marine algae, but I think it’s Rockweed (Fucus distichus), sea glass, Green Crab (Carcinus maenas), sea glass, bird leg bone<br />
5. more sea glass, Common Eider spine, aluminum soda can tab, Blue Mussel (Mytilus edulis), fabric flower, copper doohickey (maybe part of a hose)<br />
6. Moon snail (Lunatia heros), more periwinkles, styrofoam packing peanut, another Blue Mussel, plastic spoon, lobster-claw band, plastic earpiece from sunglasses, sea glass, and an oyster shell (the shape looks like Ostrea edulis, a.k.a. the European flat oyster, which means it was most likely farmed, not wild)