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Becher’s Bay, Santa Rosa Island

ThebeachblogSRI (1) Black Rock Headland and beaches of Becher’s Bay, Santa Rosa Island   California’s Channel Islands are an incredible model for the Anthropocene. Their geologic past shows the worlds connectedness and true time scales. Over 3 million years the islands have been traveling north, passed San Diego, uplifting and rotating into their current position […]

Leo Carrillo State Beach

Leo Carrillo State Beach

Today was a beautiful day to visit Leo Carrillo State Beach in Malibu. The sky was clear, the beach was not heavily populated, and the weather was almost perfect. There was a bit of wind out, but the kite surfers seemed to thoroughly enjoy it. This is one aspect about Southern Californian beaches that always […]

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Playa del Rey

Every time I head back home to Los Angeles, I try my best to make it out to Playa del Rey. I’ve been frequenting the there beach since I was in grade school, so it holds a lot of sentimental value. Every other week my family would ride our bikes by these sands on our […]

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Catalina Island

  Easter weekend, my friends and I found ourselves on Santa Catalina. While I had been there once before, it’d be the first time that I would get to spend a substantial amount of time on the island. With my mind now open to the more sociocultural aspects of beaches, I was excited to experience […]