Sea-renity 

It’s high tide, and you can barely see the plateau where brave anglers venture to get a prime spot for fishing 🎣 In a few hours, at low tide, the waves recede to reveal a pathway in the water.
The breeze was so strong, it pelt down a coconut tree 🌴 which now lies across the sand and makes a pretty nice border for a photo of the incoming waves.
A serene day at the beach, and the gift of soft sunlight and a rising moon. Though clusters of persistent sargassum seaweed still float across the sea, the beauty of the ocean still prevails.

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