Gully at Lighthouse Inlet; South Morris Island 16 X 20 "
At the south end of Morris Island, Lighthouse Creek separates the island from north Folly Island. Commonly, gullies up by the dunes will empty and fill by tidal cycles from Lighthouse Creek. Baitfish, Blue Crabs, Hermit Crabs, and small game fish enjoy these gullies as they provide rich food sources for them all. The wind and tides sculpt these sandy areas making interesting contrasts between light and shadow.
This view is looking down a gully as it empties into the creek during a quiet summer late afternoon.
This 16 X 20" acrylic is on stretched canvas and weighs about 9 oz