Magic Made By Broken Bottles

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The shore at the Pacific Ocean in Ussuri Bay is covered with color stones – fragments of bottles, dishes and tiles rounded by the waves. Back in the Soviet time unnecessary glass bottles and wastes from the local porcelain factory were loaded here.

Magic Made By Broken Bottles

Magic Made By Broken Bottles

Magic Made By Broken Bottles

Now people have to pay a little fee to enjoy this beauty.

Magic Made By Broken Bottles

It takes about 30 minutes to get to the beacj from Vladivostok.

Magic Made By Broken Bottles

“Steklyanukha”, as locals call this beach, is especially beautiful in sunny winter days.

Magic Made By Broken Bottles

In summer glass sparkles on the black volcanic sand.

Magic Made By Broken Bottles

There is a similar beach in California.

4 thoughts on “Magic Made By Broken Bottles”

  1. Who cashes in with “a little fee” is part of a typical racketeering which is simply trying to get rich without any real work by forcing others to pay for what was once a common public good. This plundering is the basis of all privatization concepts.

    The beach looks nice though even if it is based on environmental damage

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  2. It is ironic that the previous communist countries were/are the worst polluters in the world click here finance11.com

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  3. It also tells another story… glass production had quite some fantasy back then as pebbles are all kind of colors. Even pollution was beautiful back then… and it probably was better than today’s plastics.

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