The Beach In Autumn.
November 19, 2017 12:00pm CST
Contrary to popular belief we have some really lovely beaches in England. I've just come back from a break in one of our towns on the east coast, and the beach has a charm all of it's own at this time of year. The vast expanse of golden sand was deserted apart from the occasional person walking their dog, and a couple of fishermen. I didn't actually go onto the sand but had a couple of very enjoyable walks along the promenade. I was lucky with the weather as the sun was out - weak, but it was there. It made me feel good to be alive. Do you like the seaside 'out of season' ? Photo from Pixabay, but it resembles that beach.
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• United States
No matter what beach there is, regardless of any reviews people may have, the beach itself never disappoints. I'm always in awe how such a big beautiful body of water could even exist as it does! As our weather is pretty mild all year 'round, we can go to the beach almost anytime - for us it's only about a half hour drive away. Sounds like you had a most lovely time!
• El Paso, Texas
When I was real small dad kept getting orders for new bases here and there so we'd be on the road a lot @jaboUK then after he was stationed here our vacations were usually spent in the outskirts of Dallas with his parents but only when he was in the states, dad served in Korea and then in the late 60s he was in Okinawa. It's well over 700 miles to a beach in any direction from here so I only went once as a kid when mom took us back in 1963 and the second time I went I was about 25 or so.
• Delhi, India
Beaches are always attractive and I love to go to a beach. I live in a land locked city and there is no beach around my city. The nearest sea beach is some 800 Kms away from my city, therefore, it is always an exciting experience to visit a beach.