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    The Beach Epilogue

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    Waves crashed over rocks tall enough to pierce the sky as we reached the shore in the dinghy. I stepped into the crystal clear water and saw a plethora of seagulls around the rocky hills. “I’ll pick you up here in about 2 hours,” our charter captain called as he drove away, “Enjoy the Baths!” We started our trek to the beach, my mom and dad leading and my sister Emily and I trailing behind. As we reached the beach Emily grabbed my hand and pulled me ahead to see the beach. The beach was deserted except for a few seagulls and a sign stating there was no lifeguard on duty and to beware of high winds and strong currents. As Emily and I headed down towards the water my mom called out a warning to be careful that we ignored. “Emilyyyyyy let’s…

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    Beach Analysis

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    Sitting on the shore of a beach you would expect a lot of sand, on this beach there is a lot of rocks and small pebbles which does make it tough to walk on as I feel my shoes fill slowly with the coarse mix of sand and rock. Looking around there are many people with dogs, most off leashes. I can hear them barking at each other and doing their business on the beach with their owners just burying it in the sand. The strong odor of the seaweed is very heavy in the breeze, and it is strung all…

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    When my body and my mind are at its finest and most content, it is when I’m at the beach swimming in the ocean. The pure sunlight of the beach shines down on my skin and sends warm rays throughout my body that I welcome. After soaking up the sun, I usually spend a significant amount of time in the refreshing and serene ocean. Any ocean on Earth can quickly satisfy my needs of a quick rejuvenation. Along with the replenishing factors that I enjoy at the beach, I also greatly enjoy the various…

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    The Beach Epilogue

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    Waves crashed over rocks tall enough to pierce the sky as we reached the shore in the dinghy. I stepped into the crystal clear water and saw a plethora of seagulls around the rocky hills. “I’ll pick you up here in about 2 hours,” our charter captain called as he drove away, “Enjoy the Baths!” We started our trek to the beach, my mom and dad leading and my sister Emily and I trailing behind. As we reached the beach Emily grabbed my hand and pulled me ahead to see the beach. The beach was…

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    Describe Pensacola Beach

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    The crashing of the waves and the white sand are some of our favorite things about visiting the beach. Particularly this beach with its rich emerald colored water, extremely white sand, and the eroded rocks on the shoreline. The holes in the sand made by the sandpipers make the beach very unique. This beach is also home to the Blue Angels tactical air squadron. It’s also a place where history resides. Pensacola Beach is one of the best beaches I have ever visited. Pensacola beach has always…

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    Beach Berm Analysis

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    The beach has three major parts: beach face, berm and back beach. The area above the water, including the intertidal zone, is known as the beach berm. Beach berm can include vegetation, such as trees, shrubs, or grasses. The most familiar characteristic of a beach berm is its type of sand or rock (Marinebio.net, 2014). Along the backshore, accumulations of wind-blown sand may form sand dunes, and when these are sufficiently stable they become consolidated by a characteristic dune vegetation, for…

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    As a young girl, I had more books about the sea than I could count. I always begged to go to the beach and couldn’t get enough of the salty water. However, as I grew up and watched more movies about man-eating sharks and other scary things, I began to feel uneasy about entering the water and stopped wanting to go. Getting hurt at the beach made me listen to my gut feelings more. During the summer of 2012, had been raining nonstop. It felt like we were never going to see the sun again but my…

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    The Beach Six am, and the sun peaked out from behind the rocks. Eager tourists were flocking in like seagulls. It was the weekend, the time where the coast was blaring with sounds. Enthusiastic kids were all over the place, like race cars flashing down the shore; no one could stop them! Their legs were begging for rest. It was like they had never seen the beach before. The deafening sounds of the visitors made it harder to enjoy the soothing waves. Oh, the waves, the ravishing waves! You…

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    Kailua Beach Observation

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    Kailua The location that I chose to observe was Kailua beach in Hawaii. The beach is known to be a local hotspot. There you will find many locals swimming, surfing, barbecuing, and enjoying themselves. Driving up to the beach you probably wouldn’t think that right behind the abandoned house was how you actually got to the beach. There is a small parking lot that locals wait to park in. There is no paved pathway to get to the beach there are only paths on the grass that have been made by people.…

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    Beach-Personal Narrative

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    As Kelly stepped out of her claustrophobic car onto the expansive beach in front of her and was taken aback by the blinding tangerine - coloured sun rising from center of the horizon like a kite making its way to the top of the sky. In the distant pastel coloured sky , seagulls croaked and swooped down determined to catch their unsuspecting prey. Microscopic boats were perched on the shore lingering for people to ride on. Rows of bright freshly - painted beach huts stood proudly side by side…

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