Art Photographs by Bill Swartwout. Product Fulfillment by Fine Art America/Pixels.
Driftwood Beach is akin to a "scene from another world" on the northern end of Jekyll Island, Georgia. It is a picturesque place featuring numerous driftwood trees and parts of trees. This mystical place was created by years of erosion that caused many trees to topple into the salt water of the Atlantic Ocean and die. While driftwood is a form of marine debris, or tidewrack, is can also be quite beautiful and even mysterious. The salinity of the ocean water tends to preserve the trees for many decades - if not longer. Note that the water appears brown(ish) at Jekyll Island because of churned-up sediment and tannin washed offshore from the myriad swamps and marshes of coastal Georgia.
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