Such a lovely beach! Here at my place we have snow and cold weather.. :)
This is a beautiful beach scene. Dunes at many of our beaches have also been planted to help fight erosion.
Great photo but what happened to all the tee-trees that used to/should have protected the sand? Every Australian beach below the tropics needs its tee-trees.
Sunshine and beautiful. We saw grasses like that when we were on our summer roadtrip, planted for the same purpose. I am grateful for those who know what we need to do to preserve these places.
Hels, there are tea trees and other natives planted or naturally growing at other locations around the sand dunes. Many of them were cleared before they realised the sort of destruction that caused. They now have revegetation plans.
LOVELY! J. -3 degrees over here.
Beautiful!It reminds me of a beach near Montpellier in the south of France;o)Thanks for sharing;o)***Have a nice day****
Beautiful, looks like there were plenty in that day, can't see the flags though.
I'm trying not to be jealous of beaches and warm weather. It's snowing here again.
Peter, the flags were to the right. You can see the swimmers in the ocean but the flags on shore are hidden by the dunes in this shot.
These last few posts look so inviting, especially this one.
Nice composition, J...seems so hot being there! *_*
It used to be a wild untouched beach back in the 50's. No paths no fences and no patrol. The dunes were very high. It is a beautiful beach.
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We have had a lot of fun on that beach, thanks for posting such a nice pikkie of it.
What a beautiful beach!
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Excellent shots!!! Salut!!Francesc, Barcelonahttp://balapertotarreu.blogspot.com
You had a good visit to Cronulla on a lovely fine day! Great shot. I do remember that Wanda Beach was in the news for a long time.
Wow - and we are expecting snow again soon! I am such a warm weather fiend! Not doing so well in the cold. Guess you have to experience the both of them to appreciate the beauty of it all!Beautiful picture.
diane b, I'm sure it would be an interesting contrast to the 1950s. I can only compare it to what I remember from the 1980s and it has certainly changed a lot since then.
It looks so inviting. I can almost feel the sand between my toes.
*sigh*one could never tire of a view like this, thanks for sharing and have a great weekend
I miss the sea...beautiful photos!!Greetings from Transylvania!
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Lovely beach scene!
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