Boneyard Beach: Tree Arch

The end of last year was a whirlwind of traveling for work and play.  I am finally back after a long hiatus. I hope that you continue to enjoy my blog. As a preview of things to come, I am doing a short “color vs. black and white” series of photos.  Let me know which version you prefer in the comment sections.

The first photo in this series is on taken while visting Boneyard Beach on Caper’s Island Awendaw near Charleston. Getting to this beautiful destination isn’t for the faint of heart, but the reward was totally worth the extreme fear of traveling down dark oak-lined roads in the backwoods of Charleston. To get there, we left our hotel before the crack of dawn and had to walk down a lone breezeway, which is usually covered by marsh water, to get to the beach. As the water continued to recede, a whole new world began to awaken. This “world” was dotted with trees that were askew in every possible way from the surf.

This crop of trees reminded me of a custom archway for a wedding. This would be a wonderful place to have a destination beach wedding.

Which version do you prefer?



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