The Beach

The beach is like a stage with performances as varied as the people who drawn to them. On public beaches in urban areas throngs of strangers carrying coolers and umbrellas bump up against each other to claim their patch of ocean-front property. They may be crammed in ass to elbow, but somehow everyone fits. Private beaches are serene and spacious, yet can accommodate so few.

As the sun sets, the story changes. In the absence of human activity, the beach provides a different stage...a dream, a wasteland, a memory. 

The beach is like a stage with performances as varied as the people who drawn to them. On public beaches in urban areas throngs of strangers carrying coolers and umbrellas bump up against each other to claim their patch of ocean-front property. They may be crammed in ass to elbow, but somehow everyone fits. Private beaches are serene and spacious, yet can accommodate so few.

As the sun sets, the story changes. In the absence of human activity, the beach provides a different stage...a dream, a wasteland, a memory. 

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