November 5, 2012
On a hot, sunny day a great place to go is to the beach. I would go out to the beach to enjoy the water, the sun, or just to be with family and friends. There are so many things about the beach that makes it a calming and soothing place. The most obvious objects that stand out are the sights, and sounds, but most definitely the beautiful landscape. The less noticeable when going to the beach are the smell and most of all taste. There is nothing to dislike about going to the beach except the seagulls that are flying around looking for something to attack. Going to the beach is like the first and last warm summer day after a long cold and tormenting winter season. The many sounds of the beach can be quite soothing. The sound of the deep waves splashing while coming up on to the shore knocking everything out of its sight. It’s just something about hearing the waves, and the water splashing which causes a relaxing sensation that just puts me into a deep, peaceful sleep like I’m in a coma. The sound of the slight breeze blowing against the leaves of the nearby trees gives off a good feeling on going to the beach. As the day at the beach moves along, people may not think of it, but there are many tastes and smells present at the beach. There is something about the smell of the salty sea air that just makes me not want to think about the day at the beach ending. The smell of the aroma of people eating their delicious treats that they bought to the beach with them. Another aroma of a summer at the beach is the smell of the scented flowers that comes along as the breeze is blowing the scent toward my way. It makes me want to grab the scent with my eager, greedy hands. But I can’t because it’s just the wind. It seems that smell is the most noticeable of the five senses. There are many beautiful things to see as the hot, scorching day at the beach moves along. Many of these sights are quite mellow. Just lying down on my blanket, with my...
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