On the beaches of Little Cranberry Island, also known as Islesford, the ebb and flow of the tides constantly smoothes sharp edges of broken, discarded glass.
Nature's crashing of waves transforms this into beautiful shapes know as "sea glass."
Since 1975, Jane Moran Porter has spent many enjoyable hours tying
strands of seaglass onto unusual driftwood pieces making her mobiles.
These mobiles radiate their beauty best when hung inside, near a sunny
Mobile A is sky, setting sun, earth and water as seen thorugh sea glass. The driftwood is part of an antique lobster trap.
Mobile B is multi-colored sea glass on drift wood from Islesford beaches.