Following a series of south swells, the summer sand berm has built up at Grandview. The color of the sand is notably different than in recent years. I'd guess that reflects a change in the sand mixture due to the Pacific Station project.
At high tide, the waves run up against the bluff.
So far, the summer sand bars haven't been as good as they were in 2006 and 2007, in terms of wave quality. These Avo Street infiltrators gave up on their fishes and quads and have been body surfing, because of poor wave quality.
After the recent south swells, the berms are building everywhere. Moonlight Beach is pictured above and below.
Seaside is pictured below. The sand level at Seaside is threatening to cover the cobbles, which hasn't happened in a long time.
Sand Lobbyist Awards Own Project
Sandy Beach Replenished
Grandview Calm, 2007