If you ever happen to be driving on i95 in Georgia, I’d highly recommend to make a quick detour and visit Jekyll Island. You’ll have to pay a small fee to get on the island, but this is because island itself is not very commercialized, not yet. There are a lot of hiking trails and bike trails to take you around the island and see its beautiful nature. We parked on the north side of the island and took one of the bike paths through the marsh, it took us to the beach. I have never seen beach like that. Ocean is slowly eroding the island and kills huge old trees that once stood there. The entire beach is like a cemetery of old washed out skeletons of different trees, trunks and what most look like a sea monsters. I’d like to come back there one day during sunrise or sunset and see how spooky it can get with dark shadows and skeletons trying to get me.
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I’ve been a life-long fan of driftwood, and this one is spectacular!
Beautiful photo. I went backpacking on nearby Cumberland Island, and I would love to go back someday. The area almost seems prehistoric.
I am just blown away! Your work is just superb!
Brings back memories of my trips to Jekyll Island….camping and a hurricane blows through, waking up at the age of 10 in our tent to see the largest cockroach ever staring me in the face, and walking along the beach watching the little birds that hop along the beach there. It is very beautiful. There are several island s in the area. I like Sea Island as well.