While some people celebrate summer with pool parties and backyard barbecues, others associate summertime with the cool waves and warm sand found only at the beach. Here are 30 vintage images showing people enjoying their local beaches. All images are courtesy of the Library of Congress. Frances Benjamin Johnston was one of the first women photojournalists and was given her first camera by George Eastman of the Eastman Kodak Company.
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In , Taylor Camp was burning down. The flames, ignited by the Kauai, Hawaii, county police and state officials, devoured homes, churches and community gardens that stretched through seven acres of sandy beach and shaded jungle. Freedom and love reigned supreme. But suddenly, Taylor Camp was burning. And once the skeleton of its towering tree houses were dusted away, it would be transformed into a government-owned state park at the end of a road on the Hawaiian island of Kauai's north shore. He hadn't been able to secure building permits for his parcel of beachfront land on the island's north shore. He then left his new tenants and his property to run wild, and over the next eight years, the small campsite turned into a thriving village known as Taylor Camp.
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Home Inspiration. Waves lapped gently against the shore, the sun beat down and warmed my every fiber, palm trees swayed in the breeze. I had to admit, he was right. This has meant that gay beaches have popped up across the world down the years, providing a hotspot for local gay communities and gay tourists too. From vibrant city center beaches where summer nightlife lasts well into the early hours or more relaxed, isolated affairs with a cultivated vibe, gay beaches come in as many shapes, sizes, and guises as gay men.
By Samantha Brick for Daily Mail. Yet now it seems there is something else we should bear in mind if we want to keep the Joneses happy — and stay on the right side of the law. Last week, Surrey police took the unusual step of issuing a warning about sunbathing naked in the garden: you had better clear it with the neighbours first.