Each year during the Sea Glass Festival many photos are taken so we can look back and review the good time had by all those who came out to enjoy the festival. We thought you might enjoy these photos as well so take a look at the beautiful sea glass on display, the helpful volunteers, and the great turn out from the local islanders to the visitors from away!
2018 Sea Glass Festival 10th Year Anniversary
2017 Sea glass Festival
2013 Photo Gallery Sea Glass Festival Photo Gallery 2013
For those of you who love to share your photographs of sea glass or your favorite beach. Email your photographs and we’ll post them for you. Include your name and a sentence or two about the picture if you like. Let’s see your sea glass!
If you are on Facebook, join our Page there! This page is new as of Spring 2010, so hopefully we’ll soon have lots of pictures of Sea Glass there as well! Official Festival Facebook Page
Please note…pictures must be of found glass only, not glass that has already been put in a product. Thanks!
“This is a nugget I found on one of my trips to the beach here on PEI in August. I was sure it was a rock, but you know…you have to pick up everything! It’s sitting on a quarter.” Gail Rhyno, PEI
This is a photo taken of a collection of sea glass that is on view at the Wood Islands Lighthouse. The collection was donated by a local sea glass enthusiast.
“..first little bit of sea glass my daughter and I found” on a visit to Lake Ontario. Judi Cormier Lake, Ontario.
“More Sea Glass found in the Outer Banks, NC”. Michele Erfurt Bledsoe, Atlanta, GA.
“Some of my bottle tops.” Angela Cormier MacLean, Alberta
“…some of my sea glass that I found off PEI.” Terry Kerr, Prince Edward Island
‘Catch of the Day’ Pauline White, Prince Edward Island
‘White and Black’ Pauline White, Prince Edward Island
“A small color palette of my collection.” Teri Hall, Prince Edward Island
“This was collected on Cat Island in the Bahamas in less than 1 hour!!” Alice Bourque, New Brunswick
“Photo of lavender seaglass my husband found a few months ago on Panmure Island beach.” – Teri Morris