How does a Lagu beach blanket repel sand?
Lagu repels sand due to its unique linen blend. The special type of fabric used on a Lagu beach blanket keeps sand at bay whereas ordinary beach towels trap sand within the blanket. With a Lagu beach blanket, sand rolls off rather than being trapped within the fabric.
Beach metaphors are easy to write, as long as you think about the good and bad qualities of the beach. Some are: -The sand was a soft blanket of heat. -The waves were huge mountains of water. -The sun was a ball of fire. -The palm trees were a maze of giants. See? Pretty easy. I hope I helped a bit :)
Black sand is sand that's been turned a black color either by a glossy partly-magnetic mix of sands (usually fine), or by tiny fragments of lava. Some gold and white beaches can also contain black sand, typically after storms have sorted out grains where heavier, darker particles remain on the surface. There are many black sand beaches around the world. Prince William Sound, in Alaska, and Lost Coast, California, both have black sand beaches named…