April 7, 2013
Jekyll Island, GA
After not visiting Fort Clinch in Florida, we hurried back to Georgia and straight to Jekyll Island for an afternoon on the beach. It was great. The first stop was Driftwood Beach, where driftwood and crippled trees form a surreal landscape. Driftwood Beach is at the northern end of the island, which is slowly eroding away and being deposited on the southern end of Jekyll Island. It's a great place to watch and photograph the sunrise, but unfortunately, our motel was in Brunswick, so no sunrise-watching for us this time.
This is an old photo from 13 years ago: