Long Beach, California, July 10, 2018— The sun rises over the beach on July 10th at the long beach beach in California.
In the photo below, the tide is at its highest point of the day, making it impossible to swim or even see a person.
But as the tide drops and the tide recedes, the sea is now mostly clear and it is possible to see a small number of people, including some on the beach, in the distance.
The sea is calm and the beach is quiet, so most people don’t see the wave, and they don’t have to worry about getting wet.
The tide, however, will begin to recede and it will be very difficult to swim.
In fact, you will not be able to swim at all in some areas of the beach until the tide returns to normal conditions and the waves begin to drop again.
How to Prevent a Deadly Beach-Goer’s Death at Long Beaches Long Beach is one of the safest beaches in the world, according to experts.
The beach is safe to swim in, and there is no danger of being swept away by the current.
However, this is the first time since 1950 that a person has died at Long beach.
A person who dies on the Long Beach beaches is usually the first person to go to the beach and there are no obvious signs of life.
However the waves and currents can sometimes be unpredictable.
The ocean currents are also extremely strong.
If the tide starts to recirculate at a beach in California, it is important that people stay off the beach to avoid being swept into the current, said Robert Loeffler, president and CEO of the Long Bay Association of Governments, which represents local governments in Long Beach.
In recent years, the wave-surfing phenomenon has become more frequent, but this can be dangerous.
It is a matter of life or death.
In order to protect yourself and others, it’s important to be alert and not be complacent.
It’s also important to stay calm and to not try to predict the weather and tide conditions and not to think about what will happen when the tide comes back, Loeefler said.
For more information about beach safety, visit Long Beach’s Department of Public Safety website.