TWO SIDES OF WHITE BEACH

Every coin has its two sides and so has White Beach.

White Beach had shown its best side on calm, sunny conditions, just when I returned from Europe. It changed dramaticaly when the southwest monsoon (Habagat) introduced itself.

White Beach, Chinese women couple, selfie

 

First stirrings of a change in the weather pattern.

Clouds comming up
White Beach, Boracay

 

Wind is comming up; first driftwood washed ashore.

Driftwood
Boracay White Beach. Such a massive root is always good for something.

 

But there is more to come. A moderate southwest monsoon changes the face of the ‘White Beach’. Floating things, like plastic, debris but mostly driftwood or coconuts etc, gets washed ashore in large quantities and leaves behind a wild mess on the beach.

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joetescheniz

My only talent - if it is one at all - is to notice things that others find not worth looking at. Or to put it this way: I see things differently - as everybody does! The name 'Tescheniz' is an anagram.

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