Driftwood And Stacked Up Stones by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery
Driftwood And Stacked Stones (Select the photo to see in a larger format)
Driftwood is a fascination of beachcombers. We like to believe that enchantment is about survival and longevity.
A large log as driftwood conjures up all forms of imaginary scenarios. Where did this log come from? Did it fall in the water from erosion? Did it come from a ship? Did someone have it in tow to build a shelter? Was there a terrible storm that caused the tree to fall off a cliff?
But this could be the lure of driftwood. This log has journeyed a distance and has the scars to show it. It has a story, even if only in our imaginations. It has, even so, found its way to this beach and christened with the stones that show their own tumbled journey.
All photos from the Made From RI Gallery Seascapes/Shoreline Portfolio
Driftwood And Stones Western Horizon (Select the photo to see in a larger format)
Driftwood And Stones Eastward View (Select the photo to see in a larger format)
Stones stacked on a well-traveled and weather-beaten driftwood log on Moonstone Beach, South Kingstown, Rhode Island
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