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Riders negotiate a dune as they compete in the Adult Solo race at the HydroGarden Weston Beach Race in Weston- super- Mare, south west England, on October 9, 2016. (Photo by Adrian Dennis/AFP Photo)

Riders negotiate a dune as they compete in the Adult Solo race at the HydroGarden Weston Beach Race in Weston- super- Mare, south west England, on October 9, 2016. Beach racing is an offshoot of enduro and motocross racing. Riders on solo motorcycles and quad bikes compete on a course marked out on a beach, with man- made jumps and sand dunes being constructed to make the course tougher. (Photo by Adrian Dennis/AFP Photo)
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11 Oct 2016 11:20:00
Jenna carefully watches two giant boa constrictors that their owner, a street performer she barely knows, entrusted to her. She is careful to keep the one snake wrapped around exercise bars to prevent a wound in the animal’s mouth from touching the sand and getting infected. Jenna is a single mom on disability. She suffers from failed back surgery syndrome, acquired from a violent car accident she had as a teenager. She and her young son Jackson can be found most afternoons on the beach. Originally from South Carolina, Jenna came to Venice in 2010 and describes herself as “an open-minded Christian who loves everyone for who they are”. Nowadays Jenna sometimes has trouble reconciling her inclusive progressive values with her family’s conservative political stance, especially in today’s toxic political climate. (Photo by Dotan Saguy)

Over the past three years, Los Angeles-based photographer Dotan Saguy has spent hundreds of hours documenting the diverse culture, people and pageantry of the iconic Venice Beach boardwalk. He was irresistibly drawn to the free-spirited, anti-materialistic and inclusive nature of the world-famous location, which he found to be a breath of fresh air in contrast to Los Angeles’s sometimes homogenized, celebrity-obsessed culture. (Photo by Dotan Saguy)
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01 Aug 2018 00:03:00
Five-month-old Carly LeRolls Gottesman. Carly was crowned the 2014 Pooch Prom queen. (Photo by Thomas Cordy/The Palm Beach Post)

It wasn’t exactly the Westminster Dog Show, but it was serious stuff. Photo: five-month-old Carly LeRolls Gottesman, at Pooch Prom at Downtown at the Gardens on Saturday, April 26, 2014. Carly was crowned the 2014 Pooch Prom queen. (Photo by Thomas Cordy/The Palm Beach Post)
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28 Apr 2014 09:44:00


A bodyboarder rides a wave at Mackenzies Bay on May 1, 2011 in Sydney, Australia. A strong east-south-east swell has developed along the NSW coastline with waves between 6ft and 8ft expected to hit the coast for much of the weekend and into next week. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)
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01 May 2011 08:02:00
Volunteer rescue a beached humpback calf to sea at Surfers Paradise Beach on the Gold Coast, Australi

Volunteer rescuers prepare to drag a beached humpback calf to sea at Surfers Paradise Beach on August 8, 2011 on the Gold Coast, Australia. The humpback calf was stranded on the beach yesterday for hours before volunteer rescuers were able to drag it back to the sea. SeaWorld Australia says a mother and calf humpback were sighted near where the calf was released and are hoping to get photos to verify it is the same calf and that it has been reunited with it's mother. (Photo by 2011 SeaWorld Australia via Getty Images)
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09 Aug 2011 12:26:00
The scene at Moonfest 2012 on Clematis Street

Moonfest 2012: West Palm Beach lures the undead out for a night of revelry. (Photo by Brynn Anderson/The Palm Beach Post)
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02 Nov 2012 09:00:00
Human Sculpture Created At Henley Beach by Andrew Baines

Volunteers stand and read the morning newspaper while “waiting for the bus” at Henley Beach on January 8, 2012 in Adelaide, Australia. Surrealist artist, Andrew Baines recruited 100 volunteers for this human installation, meant to illustrate corporate workers enjoying nature rather than waiting in a long queue for a trip to work. (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)
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08 Jan 2012 11:15:00
Glass Beach Fort Bragg California

In the early 20th century, Fort Bragg residents threw their household garbage over the cliffs above what is now Glass Beach. They discarded glass, appliances, and even cars. The land was owned at that time by the Union Lumber Company, and locals referred to it as "The Dumps." Sometimes fires were lit to reduce the size of the trash pile.
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06 Nov 2012 10:00:00