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organization and participation in a meaningful society.~ Noam Chomsky
We are linked with these creative bloggers:
Black and White Weekend, Scenic Weekends, Our World Tuesday,
Black and White Wednesday, Alphabe Thursday, Haiku My Heart and Sky Watch Friday
|Photo taken at a place in GA called Driftwood Beach. In reality it is the result of coastal erosion|
up rooting these amazing trees. Not sure how long they have been there. It is a major
attraction and beautiful despite the source of these 'driftwoods'.
For Black and White Weekend.
|Rough Seas on the beach with motorized buggy and kite flyer in GA For Scenic Weekends|
|Notice the swaying palm tree on the very windy night in GA for Our World Tuesday.|
|A pier on a very windy evening on Jekyll Island GA ~ Notice rough inter coastal waterway.|
For Black and White Wednesday.
|Ms. Zoe on Jekyll Island Beach in GA|
For Z for Alphabe Thursday
|Another means of kite flying on Jekyll Island GA's beach ~ Beautiful area. For Sky Watch Friday|
|A Haiku for the link to Haiku My Heart|
Wishing you much happiness in each day. xo
We find great support in your comments. Thanks!
The photographs of the driftwood and the bridge at Jekyll Island definitely are very artistic and beautiful! I have never seen people using a wheeled contraption for sailing before, or may be I have, in South Padre, TX.
Beautiful composition on all photos - well done!
Have a Beautiful Day!!
PS. Honk when you go past our home in Atlanta :)
Great b&w photos in your serie!ReplyDelete
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Oh those kite-powered buggies have become a bit of a hit here - not that there so many long sandy beaches in Scotland! Love the shots of the pier.... and AMD (Zoe) is ever photogenic. Hugs, YAM xx
Exceptional shot !ReplyDelete
!Fascinating, great shot
This is my post in BW
Those tree roots have wonderful shapes!ReplyDelete
I just LOVE your black and white photos especially today Carol!! This place in GA looks heavenly, and I see Zoe is enjoying those sea breezes too:)ReplyDelete
Carol, thanks for your pictures today of the beach. The driftwood is artistic in its natural form. We have a couple of pieces we use in the yard that make me smile.ReplyDelete
Weathered beach timber is a great subject - I can never resist!ReplyDelete
Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Ms Zoe is avoiding us this time.ReplyDelete
There must be something more interesting than us on the other side.
That looks like a fun trip. We've gone back to winter here!ReplyDelete
Dear Carol i invite you to my Monday meme linkupReplyDelete
Hello Carol, Jekyll beach looks like a pretty place to visit. I like it all, the driftwood, kites, the palm trees and cute Ms. Zoe. Have a happy day and new week ahead!ReplyDelete
The driftwood is fabulous.ReplyDelete
This beach looks like a beautiful place to visit !ReplyDelete
Great pictures !
Great photos. The kite surfing with the buggy looks fun - but you must have been almost blown away with that much wind. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
These are great photos!ReplyDelete
awesome photos! sometimes we have paragliders and kite surfers come up here on windy days too :-)ReplyDelete
The root system of the driftwood is huge. Hoped your MOther's Day was simply fabulous.ReplyDelete
Worth a Thousand Words
Looks like a lovely visit! Haven't been to Jekyll in years.ReplyDelete
Terrific shore captures. Love the driftwood!ReplyDelete
I love driftwood. A friend bought two for me online (I never thought one could buy driftwood online!). Kite flying with a motorized buggy looks so much fun. Ms Zoe appears to be captivated by something! Have a nice week Carol.ReplyDelete
Great set of images.ReplyDelete
That uprooted tree is amazing!ReplyDelete
it sure shows the power of the windReplyDelete
I like your pier perspective. Cool B/W too.ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures! I grew up in Jacksonville Beach, but I used to go to Jekyll Island quite a bit as a kid because I have relatives living near there.ReplyDelete
Wonderful photos.I love beach photos. Zoe is a great model :)ReplyDelete
Jekyll Island beach looks nice and wide, Carol. It did look very windy there. I love the driftwood you found!ReplyDelete
There are many photos with the wind, and I love them because I love the wind.
I enjoy very much reading your haiku. It's lovely to stop for a while and "taste the words".
Have a happy day!
Love the pier shot, such a neat perspective!ReplyDelete
love the pier shot! have a beautiful day! xReplyDelete
We have always wanted to spend some time on the Georgia coast. Maybe someday. Beautiful pictures especially that amazing driftwood. The art muse pup looks as if she's liking it.Delete
Love the driftwood. Tom The Backroads TravellerReplyDelete
Zoe looks very elegant !ReplyDelete
I've never heard of that Driftwood Beach. Amazing and sad at the same time. I was glad to see that Ms. Zoe wore her life jacket.ReplyDelete
have a nice ThursdayReplyDelete
'Windy Night in Georgia'. Here I always remembered 'Rainy Night.'ReplyDelete
Looks like Ms. Zoe likes the beach and the wind. Is she Ms. Art's sister?
Oh yes, is the beach water in GA is warm enough for swimming?
Your photos are lovely, as always and Ms. Zoe is quite adorable.ReplyDelete
Thanks for taking us with you on your travels Carol! I think coming home... is one of the best things about being away... safe travels!ReplyDelete
Oh, yes! Lovely, wonderful captures as always indeed!! And I always love to see Ms. Zoe!! Such a little beauty!! Hope you both have a great weekend!!ReplyDelete
Zoe for Z, perfect. I thought your photo of the bridge was quite perfect, too.ReplyDelete
It must be really fun to be kite flying.ReplyDelete
Beautiful series as always Carol… It looks as though Ms Zoe's heart is at home as long as you are near.ReplyDelete
Home is the most comforting place in the world! Wishing you much comfort!ReplyDelete
I like the shot of Ms Zoe. Nice one.ReplyDelete
Especially love that photo of Driftwood Beach. Imagine all the little creatures that live or have lived in those nooks and crannies.ReplyDelete
Such pretty photos, Carol.ReplyDelete
Great pix. Love the black and whites especially.ReplyDelete
There's a park in Steveston, near Vancouver in British Columbia. It isn't huge, but people go there to fly kites and even run kite buggies. They are fun to watch. - MargyReplyDelete
Driftwood Beach looks intriguing! Have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Zoe is so sweet!ReplyDelete
Nice beach scenes! I really like the one of the driftwood. Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
I love the texture in the driftwood!ReplyDelete
Great shots. I love the beach. The driftwood is really cool.ReplyDelete
Beautiful beach scenes. Love the driftwood, but it did look quite windy.ReplyDelete
may my late arrival find you both in the sweet comfort of home enjoying a tamer spring!ReplyDelete