Beach
In Mazatlán
Sinaloa, Mexico
As A City Place

A beach is a landform alongside a body of water which consists of loose particles. The particles composing a beach are typically made from rock, such as sand, gravel, shingle, pebbles, or cobblestones. The particles can also be biological in origin, such as mollusc shells or coralline algae. [from wikipedia]
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Broad Beach
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(Date Photographed: 10:56:37 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 25 March 2018)
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A broad and long beach paralleled the Pacific Ocean.


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Tractor Train Tracks
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(Date Photographed: 10:56:46 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 25 March 2018)
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The impression of tractor train tracks despoiled the beach sand.


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Milk Jugs
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(Date Photographed: 11:09:56 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 25 March 2018)
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Tethered milk jugs were staked to the sand to mark the location of sea turtle eggs. It was illegal to approach those nests.


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Dune Buggies
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(Date Photographed: 11:20:02 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 25 March 2018)
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A pair of dune buggies raced along the sand on the part of the beach free of sea turtle eggs.


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Horses And Pedestrians
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23° 11' 3.62" N, 106° 23' 58.62" W
(Date Photographed: 11:26:24 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 25 March 2018)
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Horses could be ridden along the beach. And, naturally, walking was also permitted.


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Vendors Sold
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23° 11' 17.72" N, 106° 24' 25.90" W
(Date Photographed: 12:36:08 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 25 March 2018)
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Local vendors sold their wares on the beach opposite a line of restaurants.


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Bucket And Shovel
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23° 11' 17.72" N, 106° 24' 25.90" W
(Date Photographed: 12:40:10 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 25 March 2018)
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Children's toys remained on the beach. A sand bucket and a sand shovel were idle and unused.


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Music And Dance
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23° 11' 17.72" N, 106° 24' 25.90" W
(Date Photographed: 13:06:35 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 25 March 2018)
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Young musicians and dancers performed for those eating at the restaurants. The performance lasted fifteen minutes and then a hat was passed to collect donations.


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