This place is one of the most mysterious and beautiful places I have ever visited in this state. I’ve lived in Florida for practically my entire life and have never experienced anything as mystic as this place. The broken earth just steps away from the shoreline. The resting oak trees midway submerged in the rough waters of the sea…it’s entrancing. All I could do was marvel in its dark and dreary beauty next to the rough waters, since we visited on a rainy day. I was somewhat saddened that this beautiful sight was created through the natural process of erosion, but in perspective the fact that it’s one of only a few that exists on our nation’s shorelines made me come to peace with it.
Floridastateparks.org describes Boneyard Beach as a “unique beach [is] famous for the salt-washed skeletons of live oak and cedar trees that once grew near the shore.” True to its name and this description, Boneyard Beach in Big Talbot Island is most definitely a sight to see.
Until next time lovelies…Be kind 👐. Be sweet 🍬. Be real 👊 but always DO YOU! 😘 💋