I don't even know what to write about this photo. I just love the summer feel of it and how its colors remind me of my childhood. The trees on Driftwood Beach are awesome. High, wind blown, and struck down but still beautiful! This setting reminded me of whale bones. And this one looks like [...]
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 [...]
For the last couple of days, I've had trouble with Cocoa Smiles. It keeps disappearing, but mrsanaya.com is on the job. If it goes away again, it will get a complete "reinstall." Frightening, I know. So before it disappears again, I thought I would post two more photos from my recent trip to the Georgia [...]
A few years ago, St. Simon artist Paul Patterson talked with me about the island's original paths to the beach and how they were disappearing. At the time, he showed me one that he had just painted. Because he grew up on the island, I knew he understood what he was saying. New development was [...]
I studied psychology in college and came away with a degree in counseling. So, this is your Rorschach Ink Blot test question for the day: What do you see in this photo? I thought it looked like a large animal—maybe an elephant. Actually, it is of a large piece of driftwood on a Jekyll Island [...]
It was hard to past this view and not stop and linger long—very long. There's not too much to say or add to this photo except that I didn't want to leave. Both were taken at the Jekyll Island Club.
I have a feeling that a lot of people have taken this same photo and turned it into a black and white. There really isn't anything new under the sun. And after we had been walking for an hour on the beach in the sun, it was time for one of the best things—an ice [...]