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Hyams Beach & Red Kelp

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Published April 26th 2012
A most unusual combination of colours between the blue water and red kelp.

Hyams Beach is recorded in the Guinness Book of Wold Records for having the whitest sand in the world and it is partly due to the red kelp in the bay which washes the sand of impurities.

Located on the shores of Jervis Bay, 3 hours drive from Sydney.

This photo was taken after a huge storm in the bay lifting the kelp from their ocean beds and washing onto the shore.
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A great photo. Love it.
by Wendy (score: 2|880) 2768 days ago
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