Paradise Beaches

“Total physical and mental inertia are highly agreeable, much more so than we allow ourselves to imagine. A beach not only permits such inertia but enforces it, thus neatly eliminating all problems of guilt. It is now the only place in our overly active world that does.”
- John Kenneth Galbraith-

Hilton Maldives
Photo by Grilled Ahi

Kappad beach / കാപ്പാട്
Photo by Diji (

Another Punta Cana Sun Rise
Photo by Space Ritual

Photo by Salvatore.Freni

Photo by YXO

Osekin Beach 2 of 10
Photo by acameronhuff

Playa Shon Mosa
Photo by laszlo-photo

talisker beach4
Photo by Vertigogen

USA 2005 (September 17th) Oregon, Cannon Beach
Photo by Paraflyer

Khezr Beach, Hormoz Island, Persian Gulf, Iran
Photo by Hamed Saber

Couple on Beach
Photo by nyki_m

Black sand beach near Hana, Maui
Photo by the_tahoe_guy

Palm tree at dawn, Patong beach
Photo by René Ehrhardt

Cannon Beach - Just South of Haystack Rock
Photo by chumpboy

Old tree branch on sandy beach
Photo by René Ehrhardt

-Emma Alvarez-

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Gerold said...

What a beautiful set of beaches you found for us (your readers).

Thanks! :-)

(However now I have serious problems getting those thoughts of vacation out of my head...)

Emma Alvarez said...

After I wrote this post, I felt like going to the beach. So I have just come from the beach an hour ago ;)

Gerold said...

Some have all the luck, Paraguay (the country of my residence) is completely landlocked...

No real beach between 0 and 600 kilometers (Chile or Brazil) :-(

Emma Alvarez said...

I life in front the sea, in a touristic city and has some of the typical problems of a city of this kind.

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