#1 I found this at my local dog beach today

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#2 Sandcastle with extremely clean lines.

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#3 Piece of dried seaweed with one end stuck in sand drew concentric circles as it was rotated by the wind.

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#4 This satisfying pebble I found at the beach.

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#5 Inspired by all the trashtags, I went out with my gf to clean our local beach and found a $50 note. Instant Karma

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#6 So my friend found a message in a bottle while fishing.

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#7 Found this shell on Corporation Beach on Cape Cod. Instant goosebumps.

I wish this lady could know her son had fun on the beach w our kids. (We did set it back out to sea. We knew this shells journey wasn’t over yet!)
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#8 I found this pyrite fossil (ammonite) on an English beach.

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#9 Saw these stacked stone arches at the beach this morning

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#10 What the storm brought to the French shores

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#11 Someone made a stone rainbow on Hornsea Beach, UK

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#12 A sea weathered chunk of glacial ice made a perfect chair on a black sand beach in Iceland

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#13 Not something you find on the beach everyday.

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#14 A piece of glacial ice I found on the beach

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#15 I found this SMILE Soda Bottle Patented on July 11th 1922.

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#16 While walking on the beach in Hawaii my wife and I found this glass ball that had become the home of small marine ecosystem.

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#17 My mom found this amazing sand castle in Jerusalem beach, Tel Aviv.

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#18 This kilo my mom found washed up on a South Florida beach this morning.

It has been turned over to authorities. Estimated street value was over $150,000
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#19 The beach I’m at has a list of commonly found garbage and how long it takes for it to decompose.

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#20 Giant squid washed up in Wellington New Zealand

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