Beach Essays

  • The Beach

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    "The Beach" "The Beach" has turned out to be a very controversial film, imposing positive and negative views. Harry, in "The Juice," gave the film an A1 rating with all optimistic remarks. Matt Wolf gave the film a very negative review, mocking every aspect of it. I am going to cover audience, tone, content, organization, and the overall effect. Audience- The audience that Harry tried to reach was a younger crowd that would appreciate the smaller keynotes of the film. With phrases like "Yes

  • On The Beach

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    to various situations on the basis of how we feel rather than what we think. However, we should not let our emotions take absolute control so that we make careless decisions or do something for which someone else has to suffer. In the novel, On the Beach, Nevil Shute creates an emotional impact on the reader by showing how man misuses his intelligence, how people react to the situation and the effect of the loss of a loved one. Over centuries mankind has beared heavy losses due to the misuse of intelligence

  • The Beach

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    The Beach “The Beach” is a recent movie that has been released on videocassette. The movie starts off with a young man traveling around the world in pursuit for a perfect society. During his journey he visits Bangkok, Thailand where he meets a rather unstable and somewhat insane man. Throughout their conversation, the insane man kept referring to an island of paradise. On this island, there are beautiful waterfalls, crystal clear water, and enormous fields of marijuana. The exact environment the

  • Beach Analysis

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    deposited by waves and currents. A beach relates to the shore profile that extends from a spring low tide to a land change of topography, in the case of Fistral beach, sand dunes (Masselink & Pattiaratchi, 2001). Sand particles are effected and transported in many ways which creates the beach morphology from day to day with it being effected by daily tides, longshore drift and cross shore drift as well as seasonal changes (Inman & Komar, 1970).A Seasonal change in Fistral beach is traditional and guaranteed

  • Huntington Beach as a Summer and Winter Beach

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    between a summer and winter beach will be explained thoroughly, and the sand samples taken from the back shore portion of Huntington Beach, located in South Carolina, will be used as proof of these differences. The sand samples taken at both summer and winter periods will be defined and analyzed in great detail, as will the beach area itself. Once having read this paper, the general background information on the type of sand collected, specifically about Huntington Beach, will be evident, as will

  • Life Is a Beach

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    Have you ever had a terrible experience at the beach? It is very hard to, unless a case of bright red sunburn is in the future. To me the beach, specifically Belmar Beach, has been the place to escape to and have all the worries melt from me like a popsicle that has been left in the sun. It is the place to let my soul fly like the seagulls that fill the blue sky above. Whenever a problem inflates in my life a trip to the beach has always been the answer. It is like as soon as my bare feet step on

  • Description of The Beach

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    are crashing. The sun is setting. People are laughing and embracing under the sunset. I feel the sand squish slowly through my toes as I gaily walk down the shoreline of the Outer Banks. My all time favorite place to be is the beach. The weather at the beach is the most quarreling of all places in the world. One minute you are relaxing lazily on the sandy seashore reading a most invigorating book. I sit engrossed and allow the foamy mist from the rampant ocean spray your face lightly

  • A Day at the Beach

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    This is essay is a report of a day at the beach, a research on the weather, climax changes, animals, plants and so on. My report is based on what I had seen and heard as I was at the beach observing the area, and as the tile wave increase and decrease. It was 5:13pm when I arrived at the beach in Alameda “Shoreline Dr. Alameda, CA 94501. The weather was windy when I arrived, parked my car and took for a walk, I noticed that there are people roaming around on the sand, kids horse playing and walking

  • beach erosion

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    quarter-mile back from its former perch, where it was threatened by the encroaching sea. Coastal erosion chewed away about 1,300 feet of beach, bringing the waves to within 150 feet of the 4,800-ton sentinel. When the light was erected in 1870, it stood about 1,500 feet back from the waves. The lighthouse, on the Outer Banks, North Carolina's long barrier beach, was built to warn ships from waters called "the graveyard of the Atlantic." Ironically, the move should serve as a warning about the growing

  • Beach Survey

    1610 Words  | 4 Pages

    Beach Survey In a group we did a beach survey of the protected beach and the unprotected beach. At each of the two locations we measured the angle of the beach and the depth of the sand. To start our beach survey we laid out measuring tape from the sea to the cliff (or 30 meters out) on the unprotected beach but on the protected beach the tape went from the sea wall to 30 meters out. We used survey poles - 3 meters apart - making sure they were vertical. At each survey pole we took a

  • Zuma Beach

    1403 Words  | 3 Pages

    childhood playground, Zuma Beach. Without hesitation I laid my towel down upon the tiny grains and chips of rocks that the oceans might has turned into sand over the years. I took a moment to put my life on hold and gaze at what nature had to offer to me. I reflected upon all of the other places I could have been instead of standing with my toes curling in the warm sandy beach and smiled in appreciation of my situation. It was perfect weather out for a day at the beach. The clear sky didn’t have

  • Beach Descriptive Essay

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    life. Vacationers come prepared to entertain themselves whether it be laying on the beach or walking on the pier. Many other activities are provided by vendors for beachgoers to enjoy. The chaotic beach image is drastically crowded with people, but they are relaxing, creating a great family atmosphere. This creative image expands upon a chaotic environment in which tourists are enjoying a sunny day. Two colorful beach balls are bouncing around in the air. The girl in a purple bikini on the left edge

  • Personal Narrative: The Beach

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    one spot can aid you from all stress that is occurring. For me, the beach clear my mind and take away all my pressure. The beach is the place where can I find relax, comfortable, floating breeze. The beach is the place where I can sit and clearly think the best. In that place where nothing matters but what is in that little moment. The beach is the only place capable of sending my senses into an overload. When I look at the beach the most import thing I notice is the beauty of view and the feeling

  • Summary: Beach Observation

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    The social setting, I chose was the beach in Hilton Head Island South Carolina. Due to the relatively close proximity to where I live, it was easy to make an extended weekend getaway not to mention perfect timing for this observation experiment. My spouse and I rented a condo along the beach which also has public access for anyone to use. In between the parking lot was a gated walk way that led to the beach. This beach at low tide had a large area that can accommodate everyone from walkers, bickers

  • Comparing the Mountains and the Beach

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    Comparing the Mountains and the Beach I do not like the beach very much personally. I can vacation anywhere I choose to, and I choose the mountains. I prefer the mountains to the beach because the mountains have better weather and are so much prettier than the beach, and because I feel more comfortable and at home in the mountains. The beach is hot. It is not just your average "Oh no, I'm sweating" kind of hot, but unbelievably, unbearably hot. The mountains, however, are temperate,

  • Descriptive Writing Beach

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    I cautiously step out of the stuffy car in which I had been confined in for the past 8 hours and stretch my achy legs after the long journey. I take slow steps towards the beach that was beckoning me to its shore. The grainy sand crunches beneath my feet as I wander along the edge of the water, my feet sink in with every step, and as the water retracts, it pulls the sand out from under my feet and back into the shimmering swells. I lay down my towel as a soft breeze flows past and twists it in

  • The Beach Research Paper

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    the sun rise because it is so relaxing and satisfying, the waves crashing and the sounds of laughter and people running and having fun. Beaches are sometimes where people grow up it's probably there childhood memories but some have not been to the beach. Camping is something people like to go outdoors and explore or for adventures people. They like to do things without being judge and be comfortable and free with nature, but you can do a lot of things with nature and going to the lake. It teaches

  • The Beach-Personal Narrative

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    The map to my heart lies within the cerulean sea. If the destination is the happiness of my heart, then the beach is the journey. My love for the ocean was instilled in me at a young age. My parents used to take me to the beach when I could barely even count the number of sea shells in the palms of my mother's hands. When I got a little older, my parents always enjoyed a good laugh and would tell me I was born from

  • The Beach Research Paper

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    As I stroll along the wooden path leading to the beach, the breeze carries the scent of salt to my nose. My feet feel the transition from the heated wooden planks to the cool sand hidden underneath the top layer, and I know I am in one of the most beautiful places on Earth: Maui, Hawaii. As the cool breeze mixes with the warm air, my hair tosses slightly in front of my eyes, blocking my vision. All at once, I hear the voices of the beach-goers, the crashing and receding of the powerful waves, and

  • Beach Burial

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    of the same landfall,Whether as enemies they fought, Or fought with us, or neither; the sand joins them together,Enlisted on the other front. El Alamein. Although not blatantly obvious at first, Kenneth Slessor’s emotive and poignant poem Beach burial is a poem concerned with raising the awareness of national identity. Now I found this hard to believe at first – For me to be able to use this poem, (as it has been my one of my favourites for years) I though that for it to have ANYTHING to