Driftwood Beach, on the north end of Jekyll Island, Georgia, is a fascinating backdrop of beautiful tree remnants washed up along the shoreline. Buffeted by the powerful force of changing tides and the passage of time, these artistic "tree monuments" are breathtaking in size, shape and color. Surrounded by sand and small pools of water, they are quiet sentinels as container ships drift past, traveling on the same waters in which these trees were once carried before they were deposited on the beach. So dramatic was this scene that I decided to interpret it in black-and-white along with texture.
*Please note: the views showing the back of the metal prints are included to serve as a guide to indicate the types of materials used. Your prints will arrive in the actual size/dimension you have ordered.