Just Washed In

Far Rockaway, NY; By Andrew Kidman

This photo was taken up on the far end of the Rockaways in New York.

South Nags Head

South Nags Head, North Carolina; By Orrin H. Pilkey, Norma Longo & Joseph T. Kelly

South Nags Head, North Carolina, is a 5 mile long, 200 meter wide, strip of beach cottage development at the south end of town of Nags Head.

Bathers ; By Thomas Zika

Born and educated in German, Thomas Zika has exhibited widely in Europe since 1989.

Anegada Beach

Anegada, British Virgin Islands; By Andrew Cooper

Anegada, the most northeasterly of the British Virgin Islands is a sandy island that sits on top of a Pleistocene reef that is now exposed above sea level.

Sylvain Cazenave

Capbreton Beach; By Sylvain Cazenave

Sylvain Cazenave is a French pioneer of surf and waves photography.

Marconi Station, Cape Cod; By Joe Kelley

As the Ice Age began to wan, retreating ice backed northward from Cape Cod in northeastern North America.

The Double Disaster

The Double Disaster

News, Sand Mining
Nov
29

The Impacts of illicit River Sand Mining & Climate Change in Sri Lanka

Plastic Pollution

The world population is living, working, vacationing, increasingly conglomerating along the coasts, and standing on the front row of the greatest, most unprecedented, plastic waste tide ever faced. Washed out on our coasts in obvious and clearly visible form, the plastic pollution spectacle blatantly unveiling on our beaches is only the prelude of the greater story that unfolded further away in the world’s oceans, yet mostly originating from where we stand: the land.

Yamba, AU

Yamba, AU; By Cyrus Sutton

Cyrus Sutton is an independent creative whose talents in media production have allowed him to work with many influential people.

Kahima Beach, Japan

Kashima Beach, Japan; By Andrew Cooper

Kashima, 80 km east of Tokyo, is one of Japan’s most important ports.

Coastal Care junior
The World's Beaches
Sand Mining
One Percent