June and July roll around and the season begins to change. The plants grow bloomy and the sound of cicada is remarkably loud. Summer comes! There’s no reason for me to lay on bed on Sunday afternoon. Without hesitation I head for the Clear Water Bay to embrace my lovely summer.

Hearing the call of the nature, I run towards the sea. When I step on the tiny warm sand, I feel the grains of sand squish slowly through my toes. I can easily find myself the prominent spot along the crashing white waves. The waves are the brisk children who you cannot resist. They jump and dance with beautiful states and rhythms. I slump down the sticky sand surrounded with salty water, allowing the foamy mist from the ocean spray on my face. The buoys around me are playing seesaw with each and other, floating up and down along the current. The clear blue sky above me doesn’t have a single cloud to block the rays of the enthusiastic sun. The sunshine tickles my eyelids through the sunglasses and I smile in appreciation of the powerful nature.

I take a little break on the long rows of salt-stained rocks extend far out into the sea. It’s not difficult to find tiny crabs crawling slowly across the gaps. Starfishes lie arbitrarily on the lichen to have sun bath under the rampant fireball. The penetrating heat emanated from the sky wrap around my skin like a warm blanket on a cold winter’s night. Once the cool breeze passes by, it evaporates the droplets on my boiling skin. My brilliant dress blows in the wind like an elegant princess. She eases away the sun’s intense heat which makes me feel much cooler.

People from all walks of life enjoy their summer in their own way on the beach. Footprints in all sizes, some are small and some are huge, spread over the sand. It is undoubtedly a fantastic place for family day. The outstretched colorful canopies are standing at each corner of the beach for family to have fun. Children in front of me play happily…

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