Litter is known for ruining picturesque landscapes. However, Kaleidoscope Beach in Russia has seen ‘Mother Nature’ use litter to create one of the country’s most beautiful locations. Looking at the photos, it is no wonder why this location is a favourite of stained glass specialists Steve Sherriff.
How was Glass Beach formed?
Once a dumping ground for glass bottles, the now aptly-named Glass Beach is covered in stunning coloured stones. The beach, which was previously too dangerous for locals to walk on, has seen waves round and smoothen glass shards over the years to create a beach full of coloured pebbles. Now a tourist destination, Glass Beach is undoubtedly a great source of inspiration when designing stained glass windows and stained glass doors.
Where is it?
This stained glass beach is located close to the Eastern naval port of Vladivostok in the Ussuri Bay. It now sees flocks of sun-seekers visit the beach each summer, with Russian authorities making the area a specially protected zone to preserve its beauty. Whether you are someone looking for inspiration on colour patterns for your stained glass windows or just a mesmerised admirer, there is no doubt that Glass Beach is home to a wealth of stunning scenery.
Why stained glass specialist Steve Sherriff loves Glass Beach
Whilst stained glass specialists Steve Sherriff are used to seeing such colours in their stained glass windows, Glass Beach is a natural example of the art form that showcases the beauty behind the stained glass windows. With its stunning icy backdrop and waters, we hope Glass Beach encourages more people to see the beauty stained glass doors and windows can add to their home, no matter their location.
With over 25 years’ experience in stained glass windows, leaded windows and window restorations, Steve Sherriff is a leading specialist in stained and leaded windows across Dorset. Call Steve Sherriff today on 01202 882 208 to discover how the beauty of stained glass can be added to your home.