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Description of a beach

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Introduction

´╗┐The enclosed beach is silent. The sun is blinding at it emerges; it rises like a yellow balloon on the distant horizon. As the sun gradually starts to appear, a new day unfolds. As the gentle waves lap against the shore, a shoal of crowded fish dart to and frow. Seagulls swoop down from the sky determined to catch there unsuspecting prey. The never ending golden sand stretches out as far as you can see, waiting patiently for people to leave there mark. The silent echo of the lifeless sea is startling as the day begins; it was almost as if it had sucked out the souls of the nearby creatures. ...read more.

Middle

Shopkeepers prepare themselves for the busy day ahead by displaying their merchandise on the pavements to attract the bustling customers. Buckets and spades adorn the shop windows and children captivated by the bright colours rushing to spend every single penny of their pocket money. The golden blanket was outlining the silvery sea, a pod of large grey dolphins leaped out of the water showing off to each other. Dancing from one place to the next, it was breathtaking. Every movement of the dolphins was picture perfect, the way they glistened in the sunlight and revealed that welcoming and beautiful smile. Rows of freshly painted beach huts stand proudly side by side; like soldiers on parade. ...read more.

Conclusion

As the sun gradually starts to disappear, nightfall arrives. This signifies that the day is drawing to a close. The happy sounds of laughter that once was there echoes around the empty beach. The gloomy shadow of dusk descends over the sea. Feeble light from the few remaining streetlights appear to dim as the night clouds roll in. Birds silence their song and flee to the safety of their nests. Sandcastles are washed away with the seawater by the changing direction of the tide. Any last remaining footsteps disappear, and are buried beneath the sand. The wind plays with the scattered rubbish tossing it around in the air like a tornado but then quickly releasing it again. It was once again a perfect end to a perfect day. ...read more.

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