This picture was taken on my local beach, about 300 meters from where I live. The rocks in the water were originally planted to try to hold back the area's tides. There were four lines of boulders weighing many tons put into place, but in a couple of years or so, they were all swept away. We have now lost a couple hundred meters off the beach in certain areas, and it changes every day; we had even found American jeeps that have been uncovered by the tides and this date back to when they practised D-Day landings from here. Over the last thousand years, our shoreline has changed and will probably continue.
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