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ENJOY THE BEACHES.

ENJOY THE BEACHES.

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  • 1. The beaches of golden sand
  • 2. "The beaches of golden sand" is a topic associated with the earthly paradise. But beaches, like almost all the landscapes of this planet is for everyone. Pink sand beaches, red, white, black or multicolored. The following are examples of colorful paradise by the sea:
  • 3. Pink Sand Beach, Pink Sands in The Bahamas
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  • 5. Coral Pink Sand Beach is a beach between palm trees and pink sand in Harbour Island, Bahamas. Its color is due to sedimentation of coral origin rosacea
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  • 9. Red beach Kaihalulu, Hawaii
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  • 11. Located on the island of Mauim in Hawaii, this beach is not easily accessible, but the long journey worthwhile. The red color of the sand due to erosion of the hill of red sandstone that lies at the foot of the beach.
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  • 15. White Sand Beach Australia (Hyams Beach)
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  • 17. Included in the Guinness Book as the whitest sand beach in the world. Located in New South Gale, two hours from Sydney and is known as Hyams Beach. It is composed of 99% pure quartz
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  • 22. Punaluu Beach black colored sand in Hawaii
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  • 24. Punaluu is a beach between Pahala and Na Alehu in Hawaii. The black sand comes from basalt lava formed, a feature also found in other beaches of Hawaii.
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  • 31. Papakolea Beach, Hawaii Green sand beach
  • 32. Olivine, a common component of lava from Hawaii, is in relative abundance on the beach Papakolea, why especially on the shore, the beach has a particular shade of green .
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  • 43. Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, California. purple Arena
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  • 45. The hills surrounding Pfeiffer Beach in Big Sur, California, are rich in manganese garnet. One result of this being dragged to the beach is the combination of colors that can be seen over the entire stretch of sand.
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  • 47. The wave action, the forms and turns of tiny crystals changes in rainbow patterns create a wonderful reflection, red, magenta and violet
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