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Lynn James.... apparently someone did not like the street name! Nice of you to help keep the neighbor hood tidy.
Beach is still not manicured as it use to be. Wouldn't mind walking along the shore to see what washes up. I live on a lake and do just that almost every day, mostly just to pick up trash, but looking for a little treasure too. So far I have found many fishing floats, corks, and bobbers, lots of liquor bottles, beer cans, a road sign (we all wondered what had happened to our street sign) water bottles, in other words, just trash. The lake has a 1000 miles of shoreline, but I think all the trash washes up on my 100 feet.
look, after all it is just a normal beach, and tourist gone, all plants can grow. Looks more naturall to me, not this "postcards-pictures", with are so unnaturall.
This is one messy beach. Shows how much work is needed to keep in pristine for guests
Good night, Maldives. Sleep well.
Please clean the lens of the camera.
7/17/2020 12:29They have opened for tourists again, so they need to get out there & clean up the beaches.
Pretty sunset on 6/10/2020........landscape changes every day!
Joan never thought about the odor. Yes, fortunately, I have an excellent vantage point to witness many moons. Stay safe:)
@Robin~~~I visit all Maldive Island cams throughout the year and I guess that I never came across one of their "beaches in a natural state". First time for everything~~just surprised as I have been viewing all the other islands maintaining their beaches, most likely because when seaweed piles up, it begins to have a horrible odor. I see the workers on other beaches enjoying their extra free time during this crisis--just a surprise, as mentioned. BTW, have you noticed the 'strawberry moon' tonight here in the States? Just beautiful, especially shining down on the ocean! Have a great summer! :)
Beach in a natural state. Dramatic and beautiful, hopefully for a short time for everyone.
So sad to see this beautiful beach so unkempt. It has been normally raked daily in the past. Hopefully, once everything has calmed down, it will be maintained. Would be nice for the staff to have a clean beach to relax on, for sure.
I messaged them on Facebook and the camera is broken and they are waiting for a new one from abroad they don't know how long this will take.
Did anybody knows, what happened to the underwatercam?
Lovely sunrise 4/23/20---------4/24/20 Maldives time.
Love the dolphin