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Taken today under a scorching sun.
Nikon Df & Reflex 500mm f/8 and Z6 & 14-30mm f/4
Thank you for looking.

 

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Aguinaldo

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Nice. It reminds me of how our beaches used to look when I was growing up. Nowadays you can't even swim in the ocean because of the high ecoli factor, thanks to more inept and corrupt government mismanagement. 

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very colourful.

 

I spent much of the Christmas holiday period travelling, so haven't had a trip to the beach yet this summer.   Good to see it is still only umbrellas at your beach.  Here in Australia, the trend is for much larger shade structures, cabanas - about 3m by 3m and tall enough to stand in.   They take up so much space and block so much of the view.

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