44 Artistic Photos of Driftwood

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Driftwood can make itself useful to a coastal photographer in many ways. As its own subject it's lines and texture are always unique. As an interesting foreground to a coastal landscape, it is without equal. We think these photographers have really captured the beauty possible with such an interesting subject.

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Wave? by Arpana Sanjay, on Flickr

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Sunrise over driftwood – East Point Park, Toronto, Ontario by frankteney, on Flickr

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Frozen Manasqaun Reservoir Driftwood by Bob Jagendorf, on Flickr

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Driftwood by nagillum, on Flickr

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Driftwood by GlenBledsoe, on Flickr

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Untitled by emmett.hume, on Flickr

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Morning Fog on a Puget Sound Beach by ingridtaylar, on Flickr

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Adrift!! by minniemouseaunt, on Flickr

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Driftwood by Ed.ward, on Flickr

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Driftwood Texture 002 by Mason Masteka, on Flickr

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Log and stone in the sand on an Oregon beach by tibchris, on Flickr

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Out from the misty sea by James Jordan, on Flickr

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Driftwood by papalars, on Flickr

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Driftwood by Vince Alongi, on Flickr

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Driftwood by Marc Emond, on Flickr

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Driftwood by microraptor, on Flickr

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Driftwood like a slingshot on an Oregon beach by tibchris, on Flickr

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Fundstรผck by bangli 1, on Flickr

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Swirly Driftwood3_BB by Art Aspirations, on Flickr

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got wood, will shoot. by jacobcyh, on Flickr

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driftwood on the beach by lisamurray, on Flickr

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What planet was I on? by Jeremy Bronson, on Flickr

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Octopus tree by Waponi, on Flickr

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Rippled sky Farewell Spit by kiwinz, on Flickr

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Driftwood by papalars, on Flickr

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Curvature by BONGURI, on Flickr

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Wood by Benson Kua, on Flickr

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2010_0303 – Textures_5 by HoskingIndustries, on Flickr

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Untitled by Hollingsworth, on Flickr

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Driftwood, Criccieth Beach by Bryn B Jones, on Flickr

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Ghosts by swanksalot, on Flickr

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Red Drift by navandale, on Flickr

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Lang Bay slowshutter + camera+ clarity and cross-processed Photo by roland, on Flickr

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