Wednesday, 26 October 2016

MIDDLETON AND SEATON CAREW 26-10- 16.

A day off and first light at Middleton Beach, Hartlepool.
All pictures taken by phone now.
The tide was just turning from low tide.
There was more sand than last time, so that meant less chance of finds.
I came down via the bank top on Ferry Lane and as is the norm some plank thought it OK to tip bags of rubbish!
What is it about bank tops that make scum think it OK to fly tip?
GO TO THE COUNCIL TIP!





Just one of the Buoys.

I spent a good  while watching the glow of the freshly risen Sun colour the sky in shades of yellow; ever changing.

No great shakes on the sea pottery front; it's a record if nothing else.

Mainly just clear glass.
There was one piece of patterned milk glass.
So it was back to the car and a slow drive along the seafront to Seaton Carew.

The light at Seaton Carew was two shades dimmer, but a low tide  and some shingle patches made up for it.

RON sea glass, most probably a CAMERON bottle tossed tumbled and broken by the ravages of the North Sea.

Some nice designs on the sea pottery, I love the flowers.
A clay pipe stem and a bottle top too.


Sea glass finds.....

I sometimes wonder why I keep the blog going 
but I do.
If you read it 
then it's for you.



BEACH BUOY.

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