Special Places # 61
Driftwood Beach, Jekyll Island, Georgia
Driftwood Beach is so named because its sandy shore is filled with tree barks and logs brought in by the tide. The driftwood creates intriguing shapes, lending an aura of mystery and wonder to this beach. The most surreal experience is watching the sun rise and spread its golden rays behind the branches and turn the beach into a landscape of deep pink, purple and orange hues. Strolling along the beach, discover shells, live crabs and dolphins, and sea life washed ashore. If you are lucky, you may even spot a deer or other wildlife. This place is not only great for photography but also the perfect venue if you are looking for an unusual spot for a wedding. The location is in Jekyll Island, Georgia.
© HJ Ruiz – Avian101pecial
Great series of images! Enjoyed seeing them!
Thanks so much, Reed. 🙂
Great photographs, really interesting shapes.
Thank you, Susan. 🙂
Nice series, HJ. Driftwood is always fascinating with lots of texture.
Thank you very much, Chris. 🙂
Lovely. Looks very unspoiled, as well. Is it crowded in the on-season?
It’s not, only tourist. Is perfect for photography. Jekyll Island is large and there are many things to see. Thank you, Julie. 🙂
A fine selection HJ.
Thanks so much, Tom. 🙂