Boneyard Beach in Florida is littered with fallen trees and driftwood bleached as white as old bones. High tide completely covers the beach so you have to consult the tide charts if you want to see it like this. The wood is partially submerged in the sand with twisted branches, roots and trunks sticking out, resembling a vast sculpture garden. There is no end to the variety of shapes and sizes of the exposed wood. It’s a great place at sunrise, that is, if it isn’t under water.
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