My hubby and I always love to drive along the beach. This is one of the pictures that I love. Bare tree kissing the sky.
That is not an unfinished building. This was a Seafood Market and a very popular in this place. When the Hurricane Katrina hit this area, this is what's left of Earl Seafood Market.
The sand is super white, many locals just enjoy walking , biking and some did have some picnic.
There is an island nearby, the trees were rip off by the storm. All you could see right now are just dead trees stood like posts.
The new bridge, very long and wide and just constructed after Katrina " Nightmare". I will one day walk on that bridge, I don't know if I can make it ...LOL. People love walking on the bridge from one end to another. They say, it is really rewarding because of the beautiful scenery at the highest point of the bridge. I will just do halfway then.LOL.
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