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Descriptive Paragraph Assignment


Beach Scene

Summer is the best time to visit beaches, So, we decided to go to Manitou Beach. This was my plan to go there and I suggest to my father to make a plan to visit Manitou Beach. On Sunday, I went to the beach with my family to spend some quality time with them. When we reached there, the scene was not less than heaven. There were beautiful scenes along the coast. The beach looks to be live, jolly, and cheerful with the natural vegetation. There were green plants both inside and along the beach. Marvelous Palm trees were standing along the beach and dancing to the tune of the wind that emerged from the waters of the sea. The natural vegetation under the sea was looking awesome. Sea oats and the sea grapes were assembled in clusters in the sea that was next to the shores (Bachri, et al., 2021).

The shining sun in the sky, happy faces of people, and natural sceneries all around looked like heaven. Colorful flowers all around brighten the shining of the sun. The pleasant fragrance of flowers was scattered all around and looked like they are giving a signal to the world about hope and staying happy. The environment and surroundings were inflated by the perfume produced by the sea flowers. In addition, we also observed the leafless trees and they looked like a painting of scenery.

The perfect scene of natural tress along with the beauty of the beach displays the elegance of nature. Shining Sun in the sky, colorful birds flying there, and green tress create an astonishing and amazing picture. This entire scene mesmerizes the eyes. We feel so relaxed and calm after visiting the beach (Botero, et al., 2014).


Bachri, S., Irawan, L. Y., Sholeha, A. W., & Aliman, M. (2021, May). Ecotourism Development Strategies of Pulau Merah Beach, Banyuwangi, Indonesia. In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (Vol. 747, No. 1, p. 012006). IOP Publishing.

Botero, C. M., Pereira, C., Anfuso, G., Cervantes, O., Williams, A. T., Pranzini, E., & Silva, C. P. (2014). Recreational parameters as an assessment tool for beach quality. Journal of Coastal Research, (70 (10070)), 556-562.

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Signature: Tarun Sharma

Date: 1-Aug-2022

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