This is Russia's kaleidoscope beach where nature has corrected man's ugly pollution and turned it into a place of beauty.
Once a Soviet-era dump for truckloads of old glass bottles and porcelain, the relentless waves on the country's Pacific coast have rounded and polished the debris.
The authorities in the Far East of Russia have declared the area a specially protected zone - called Glass Beach, sided by dazzling cliffs - as if it was an entirely natural creation.
The colourful glass shines in summer on the black volcanic sand, and in winter amid the white snow.
Can the company / maker be identified by the markings on it? All of these questions might come to mind to the collector or layman, flea market shopper, historian, archaeologist, or casual hobbyist………..It has primary operations in Cable Television, Newspaper publishing, High-speed Internet and Residential Telephone services..read more » Paul Block emigrated from Germany to upstate New York in 1885, and began in the newspaper business as a young man in Elmira, NY, and later in New York City.It is popular all year round with locals, and in summer swimmers and sunbathers come to the colourful recreation spot. Bottles, jars, jugs and containers of all types, antique fruit jars, glass insulators, fishing net floats, EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass), Depression Glass, antique children’s mugs, and other items are some of the forms of glass I enjoy learning more about.