To me there is no better way to enjoy a day on the beach than with a bit of sea glassing. It wasn’t always this way and actually I am still getting used to it when it comes to visiting my favorite island in the Caribbean. The problem is a simple one, I am just not used to looking down! It’s fine when it comes to the local beaches that I sea glass on because the views aren’t great. Most of the views are of industrial buildings. Whereas on the Caribbean the views stretch on as far as the eye can see, and I want to see it! I am glad that I am starting to look down though. I have found some fabulous sea glass on several different islands. The colors are fabulous and my jewelry buyers seem to really like it. I enjoy working with the amazing sea glass in shades of blues and greens that I find, as well as the white pieces. Most of them have some type of embossing on them which makes them that much more interesting and fun to create with. However, even with all the fabulous sea glass I have from the Caribbean I still enjoy using the sea glass that I find locally. Of course it keeps my expenses down if I can walk out on the beach and collect glass. I have purchased some sea glass from the Caribbean, Hawaii, England and California and it’s been my experience that buyers seem to prefer the nicer higher quality glass from these locations.