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Tag Archives: Compo Beach sunset
You never know what you’ll find at Compo Beach
But whatever it is, it’s always special.
We all love eating at the Compo Beach pavilion. It’s a wonderful spot, with a beautiful view.
So why don’t some people let everyone else enjoy it too?
The crew at Joey’s does a fantastic job cleaning up. But some folks give them more than they can handle.
Oh, yeah. One more thing.
When your umbrella breaks — or you decide you just don’t want it anymore — get rid of it yourself.
Or at least carry it 10 feet to a trash can.
Well, at least no one can take this from us:
Sure, another local website posts Compo sunset photos every time the sun goes down.
“06880” stays away.
Unless there are shots like these:
That’s what lucky beachgoers were treated to tonight.
Imagine what it looked like if I had a real camera — not an iPhone.
Or how it looked in real life.
PS: Here’s one more. Lawrence Zlatkin sent along this view from a sailboat off Cockenoe Island: