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Through the photo lens: St. Augustine Beach

March 29, 2016 4:39 pm by: Category: Arts & Entertainment, Photography Leave a comment A+ / A-

By Alex N-Enxuto | gargoyle@flagler.edu

St. Augustine Beach is usually mobbed with people — tourists, swimmers, surfers and dog walkers. Because of this, most people only see it as a crowded wasteland rather than what it actually is: a place of serenity and natural beauty. This series captures both the calmness and beauty of St. Augustine Beach, as well as the sense of community the beach creates. It’s something I witnessed when a group of strangers came together to rescue an injured pelican that was caught up in a fishing line. It is a side of St. Augustine Beach that not everyone gets the chance to see.

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