2. White Sand, Florida--There were a multitude of pictures of Florida beaches and most of them looked like this. I don't know how they got the college students off for the picture, maybe they took it at 6:00 A.M., an hour as of yet undiscovered by most college students.
3. Coral Sand, Utah, USA. This one is very pretty, but I don't remember seeing any water nearby, and from the looks of this, I think I'd be wanting some right away.
4.Red Sand, Australia. This one is even a richer shade,
but, once again, it's in the outback,
not on a beach. It's gorgeous, nonetheless.
5. Silver Sand, Scotland--This one even
sounds lyrical and inviting. The water looks cold,
but a walk along the beach in the evening
would be priceless, provided you take a good sweater
6. Cream Sand, Trinidad. This one looks warmer,
and the water like milk against the cream.
7. Pink Sand, The Bahamas-This one is rare,
caused by some type of quartz, I suppose,
a pink beach.
8. Yellow Sand, Hawaii. I think I found
almost every color of sand in Hawaii.
Talk about a beautiful place.
9. Green Sand, Big Island, Hawaii
10. Golden Sands--Luzon, Philippines--Although
you have to wonder how much of that golden
sand is really just golden sun.
11. Copper Sand--Chili. Do we play in it
or just start mining?
12. Black Sand, Once again, Hawaii is back,
this time with rare, volcanic, black sand.
13. White Sand, Texas. This one was a bit of a surprise. It is composed of gypsum and flows through areas of dark sand in
the Guadalupe State Park. Looks like snow, but I think it is probably
warm and not too pleasant to bury yourself in. So please don't rush out there to do so.