Dock in Autumn near Hutchinson's Island in the ACE Basin
So,,,, way back when I was a youngster, docks were few and far between! Since the " invasion of "everybody from everywhere", this has changed. However, in the ACE Basin, docks are still isolated and relatively rare, as was in the past.
This dock, which is relatively short by today's experience, extends from Hutchinson's Island in the Ashepoo River delta near the St Helena's Sound. This is a private island and is managed by a conservation interested group. Access is PRIVATE and the area that is managed is also PRIVATE. Nevertheless, one can circumnavigate the island by boat and "take-in" its rich landscape views, such as this simple dock extending out without much ceremony into the water so as to allow owners and "tenders" access to the island and its storage facilities.
A large Live Oak stretches out towards the dock with Spanish Moss hanging low and swaying in the gentle breezes which flow up off the St Helena's sound in the Fall.
This is a 12 X 18" acrylic weighing less than one pound