Jekyll Island is one of Georgia’s small barrier Islands located South of Savannah. Nestled on the North end of Jekyll Island Georgia is Driftwood Beach. This is an amazing area and a bit surreal when you first see this place in person. We have visited a few times and I have never really gotten the shot I wanted there. The ideal time is Sunrise but you really have to stay on the Island to get that, and that can be pricey. So we opted for day trips in the late afternoon. Our first visit was really weird as ocean fog came rolling in and this virtually made taking any photographs impossible that trip, it was very weird. The next time we actually had a good day, although the harsh sun was not ideal. I decided to mess around with some ND filters to try to get some long exposures.
The shots were not the greatest by any means but as I mentioned the lighting was pretty harsh so I decided to go with Black and white conversion for these two shots. None the less Jekyll is a great place and if you are near the area it is definitely worth a visit. You do have to buy a day pass to get a vehicle onto the island but the charge is minimal.
Thanks for stopping!