What could blushing beaches possibly mean?
The beauty of nature is unbelievable that sometimes nature shies from its own beauty, its cheeks blushing at its own beauty.
That is bringing a smile to my face, as it will to yours.
Have you never seen a beauty that blushes from its own beauty?
It’s a known phenomenon
A natural occurrence
Some places are so beautiful it takes our breath away, and there are places that we are not aware of. This is one of them, and I will call these blushing beaches, for the sand is pink, and it reflects its pinkness on the ocean’s water, and suddenly you see that the beach is pink and the water is pink. And when the waves come and hit the sand, they gleam with the pinkness of the sand.
This site is more than could be explained with a few words or expressions; it is so dauntingly beautiful. I wish I had seen that in real life, but actually, I saw it as an image on the Internet. I want to thank the Internet and Google for showing me such beauty!
Do these beaches have a name?
Of course, they have a name and location that I will link in this article, along with a picture.
So, I went searching on Google for pink beaches because I was worried that if I wrote blushing beaches, I think it would have misled me.
“Harbour Island, renowned for its beautiful Pink Sand Beaches, located along its eastern Atlantic Ocean side. It seems endless, stretching for three-plus miles, and it is 50 to 100 feet (30.48 m) wide.”
And this is what I got:
Where is the beach that has pink sand? – The question I asked Google!
And where you are going to ask is Harbour Island? It is in the Bahamas.
Well, now we know that it’s not a figment of my imagination or yours – there are pink beaches, and sometimes they are so pink that they are like watermelons, and the whole area on the coast is glowing pinkish.
I am unable to visit it, so perhaps you could, and if you do, please add your feedback to this article and let me know what the real-life pink beach really looks like, But I am going to call them blushing beaches – as nature blushes from its own beauty and asks us to please come to visit and leave it the way we found it, please! It’s daunting and sad that a beauty such as this would have some scars after a visit – so no more scars from a human visit, please #sustain #lifeonearth for a beautiful #tomorrow.
I’m guessing this is just a moment when I feel in touch with nature and at peace with myself.