The beach at Big Talbot Island SP is littered with trees and tree limbs that are not washed ashore driftwood, but are native to the place. The wind, surf, storms, and tide take their toll on the trees too near the water, and little by little they succumb and topple onto the sand. It would be fascinating to come back a century from now to see what's left of the parts I am familiar with...but, hehe..that ain't gonna happen. However, photographs will inform those who do visit a hundred years hence of how much has been claimed by the sea. Of course, there may not be much left of Florida altogether as the earth warms, the ice caps and glaciers melt, and the ocean rises.
I did not make this heart, but thought it deserved a picture before the incoming tide made it a memory. (Film)