One of my healthy pastimes is rock hunting on the rocky beach.
There are many sandy beaches near where I live, but as far as I know, the rocky beach can only be seen in one place and has always been very attractive to me.
Especially when the sea is a little stormy and the waves hit the rocks hard, the stones get a special glow, and sometimes in the middle of all that, you can find interesting rough semiprecious rocks.
I go to the rocky shore in the mornings when the sun rises, one eye is on the sky and I look at the sun on the horizon and the other eye is on the ground.
Colorful stones that shine in the sun and their body has become smooth and polished due to the constant impact of the waves.
As common knowledge, at the river banks or beaches, there are usually certain rocks. Every corner of nature has its own specific colorful rocks. Here rocks are usually composed of quartz, jasper, jade, calcite, and sometimes agates.
I’ve even found dragon bloodstones, bloodstones, Unakite stones, or even amethyst here.
It does not matter what kind of stones you find, rather the thrill of finding a semi-precious stone among the ordinary sedimentary rocks itself is what I look for. That is what anybody looks for really!