SOFT / HARDCOVER 10X8 STANDARD LANDSCAPE
Jekyll Island's Driftwood Graveyard - Georgia's most spectacular driftwood beach by Amy B Proctor...
... is a photo essay of the state's most incredible driftwood beach. Also known as the "driftwood graveyard" to describe the final resting place for dozens of trees, this portion of the beach is an ecological wonder. Not only can the personalities of the driftwood be seen in the contortions of their branches as they emerge from the sand and water, but a population of sea life can be found on shore and in the rising tide. Birds, horseshoe crabs, starfish, hermit crabs and sand dollars are abundant along the coast of Driftwood Beach.
Located in southeastern Georgia, this awe-inspiring coastline is often overlooked for more well known locations, but visitors to the state do themselves a favor when they pay a visit to this beautiful area.
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Amy Proctor has traveled the world collecting images through her photography that document various cultures and countries through color and composition. Recent travels have taken her to the Republic of Korea, China and New Zealand, as well as the United States. Amy's photography concentrates on landscapes and military images.