Canon 30D, handheld
|Daybreak and deadwood|
Spending a few days on Jekyll Island in Georgia, I was able to take advantage of seeing sunrise on the northern tip, where the waters of the inlet were reshaping the island and encroaching into the forests there. This produced several stands of twisted and weathered dead trees, which tend to be called driftwood except they really aren't (until they uproot and get carried somewhere else by the tides.) I had plenty of time to choose several different perspectives, and liked the shapes of the trees in this one.