I collected these beautiful Beach Stones one by one at the beaches of Southern Crete, where the Libyan Sea parts Europe from Africa.
Not far the tectonic Plates of these continents are meeting, making this area extremely vibrant energetic.
As the Pebbles are washed out of the sea you can admire their beautiful colours, until they dry and loose them.
This is how I got the idea to polish them as it is traditionally done for the semi precious stones, with sandpaper. This allows the stone to keep its natural appearance and energy, no varnish, colours or anything involved. All I do is "finishing" what Sea and Sand already had started.
The stones measure from 9mm(smallest stone shortest side) to ca 36mm (biggest stone longest side)
The bright stone on the right is a little bit chipped closely under the drill hole.