Challenge 2020 – 6

Tybee Island

The beach on Tybee Island, Georgia, is a popular, fun place. What can I say? Just take in the view. Can you hear the seagulls, the joyous crowd, smell the salt air? Well, my photos aren’t that good, but you get the message.

There is a spirited enthusiasm at this beach that is neatly expressed by the jolly roger.

There is more to Tybee, of course, than just the beach. Here a little glimpse of Battery Garland of Fort Screven to hint at the rich history of this place. Also reminders of the more dangerous side that the Atlantic can present. And the lighthouse beyond that has helped to guide seafarers on their travels.

 

.:. © 2020 Ludwig Keck

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