In this photo, Anne poses for the camera and Jim and Sharon are taking photos in the background. I love being with friends! It was a few years ago when I discovered Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island. We had photographed driftwood on Cumberland, but when we saw the fallen trees on Jekyll, we thought we had died and gone to Black and White film heaven. That’s all we shot on this beach: Black and White film and then later Black and White digital.

Honestly, I still don’t know how to photograph this beach because I rarely have time to “spend with it.” We are always off to the village or somewhere to eat and that’s exactly what we did on this evening.

Chuck Swindoll wrote, “I cannot even imagine where I would be today were it not for that handful of friends who have given me a heart full of joy. Let’s face it, friends make life a lot more fun!” That pretty well sums it up. . . . BTW, where is Beth? She’s not in the photo!!

Driftwood Beach is known for lots of odd things. This guy was jumping from limb-to-limb and back again. I wanted to give it a try but . . . decided to save my strength training for my kayak in a couple of weeks.

I walked into the middle of a “beach wedding” and the wedding party did not mind at all that I was taking photos of them.

They just kept enjoying the moment.

I think I do see Beth in this photo! Pink shirt near the center with her camera!

And then there are the things like these that are lost, left behind, or cast away. We like to collect photos of things like this!