I hear wonderful stories from those who participate in these photo walks and this is a great opportunity to meet others in our community who love photography.
Photo by Scott Moore, organizer of the Photo Walks near Amelia Island, Florida.
Photo Walk #17 is a trip to Big Talbot Island and then a 1/2 mile walk to Blackrock Beach. I hear wonderful stories from those who participate in these photo walks and this is a great opportunity to meet others in our community who love photography.
This walk is early and designed for your to capture trees turned to driftwood and black mud/rock like scuptures at sunrise. The walk is one mile, round trip, with rough footing on beach. It takes about ten minutes to walk to the beach from the parking area.
A barrier island on the Atlantic Coast between Amelia Island and Little Talbot Island, Big Talbot Island is best known for its unusual rocky shoreline called Blackrock Beach. One step on this beach leaves you incredible views overlooking a sweep of dark rocks, saw palmetto on the bluffs, and the bleached bones of live oaks turned to giant driftwood along the shore.
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