Driftwood on the beach on the pristine beaches of Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida, United States of America, North America
Although the Dry Tortugas is part of Florida's state, it's relatively isolated. The Dry Tortugas is on the southernmost tip of the Florida Keys and is only accessible by boat. Most people take a ferry from Key West and visit the impressive Fort Jefferson. But on my journey to explore the park, we went by boat and anchored off the waters by the fort. It gave me time to walk along these idyllic beaches. The driftwood is left untouched, drying in the hot sun, resulting in abstract sculpture-like driftwood formations. They are beautiful!
© Dan Kosmayer, 2012