CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Made of Wood

Entrance sign to the Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge area in Georgia.

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Wooden seats attached to the new wooden trail bridge at Cedar Point, Jacksonville, Florida.
Wooden seats newly constructed at Cedar Point, Jacksonville, FL. Cedar Point is run by the National Park Service.
Map of Carney Island Park in Marion County, Florida.
Wooden Frame – Map of Carney Island Park in Marion County, Florida.
Wooden fence at Little Talbot Island State Park to keep humans off the dunes.
Wooden fence at Little Talbot Island. A barrier to keep humans off of the dunes.
Laughing gull perched on the wooden pylons near the boat ramp at Big Talbot Island State Park.
Laughing gull sitting on Wooden pylons near the boat ramp at Big Talbot Island.
Roots of a fallen tree along the beach at Little Talbot Island.  It is quickly turning into driftwood.
Roots of a fallen tree sitting in the surf at Little Talbot Island. It is turning into driftwood.
Tree still rooted to the beach but erosion from several hurricanes claimed it a few years ago.
Tree becoming driftwood still hanging on at the beach at Little Talbot Island.
Entrance sign to Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in Folkston, Georgia.
Feature image of the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge sign in Folkston, Georgia.

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18 Comments on “CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Made of Wood

  1. Went to the Okefenokee Swamp on the Georgia side as a teenager. Nice to see these wonderful pictures! 😀

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    • Thank you so much! It is a beautiful site, but it unfortunately is also sad. We are losing so much land to erosion year after year. The salt water continues to encroach upon centuries old vegetation. 🙂 I suspect within 10-20 years, the coastline will be where the highway is right now if we don’t do something about climate change and because of a man-made breakwater built for the wealthy people on Amelia Island, the storms have ravished our State Parks. Ugh! 🙂

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