September 25, 2008

Cumberland Island

Cumberland Island is the southern most of Georgia’s barrier islands. They only way there is by boat so it is largely free from the effects of tourism and development. The undeveloped beach is a wonderful place. It’s like stepping back in time. On this recent trip we never made it to the beach but still brought back a large stash of good photos. And you can never get enough Spanish moss photos. The photo above was taken at the pier as we waited to go aboard for the trip over.


DebD said...

lovely photos. I can't decide which I like more.

Ian said...

Simply stunning. And a correction to my ignorant view that Georgia's highlights must be the grand antebellum houses. What an amazingly diverse place -- and what a glorious island.