Swings to View the Intracoastal

The Intracoastal Waterway runs all the way from Winyah Bay to Cape Fear River but really the Intracoastal Waterways run all up and down the East Coast. This 3,000 mile inland waterway consists of natural inlets, saltwater rivers, bays, sounds and canals. In Sunset Beach, the Intracoastal waterway splits the town in half. A nice park allows a peaceful view of the waterway.

Pair of Swings

A Quiet Swing by the Intracoastal

Kindred Spirit at Sunset Beach

On a secluded stretch of Sunset Beach far from the nearest public access point and nestled between sand dunes is an unlikely sight – a mailbox…with benches next to it. The bench is where you sit to pen your innermost thoughts; the mailbox is where you place the journal when you are done. The Kindred Spirit Mailbox holds the wishes, thoughts, prayers and dreams of those who walk the 30 minutes to share and bare their soul and draw comfort from the act of doing so while enjoying the soothing sounds and sights of undeveloped beach, ocean and horizon.

Kindred Spirit

Benches at Kindred Spirit

Sunset Beach Pier

From Brookgreen Gardens in South Carolina to Sunset Beach, North Carolina.

Sunset Beach is the southern-most barrier island in North Carolina, and one of the four pristine beaches that make up the south Brunswick islands. The 900 ft. Sunset Beach Pier is the perfect spot for great fishing.

Waves at the Sunset Beach Pier

Pier at Sunset Beach

Birds at the Brookgreen Gardens Zoo

In addition to numerous sculptures, Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina is also home to many wild species that make the greater area of the Gardens their home. Some of these birds, eagles and herons, have sustained an injury and could not survive in the wild. Their professional zookeepers provide safety, shelter, and enrichment for these birds.

Rescued Eagles

Black-crowned Night Heron

Black-crowned Night Heron Rescued

Black-crowned Night Heron Perched

Running from the Dogs

“Actaeon” by Paul Howard Manship at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina.

In pain and terror Actaeon (a famous hero in Greek mythology) leaps forward, his body in a sharp diagonal. Antlers sprout from his forehead. One dog has sprung on his body from the rear, and another runs under his feet, with lifted snarling head.

Running from the Dogs

Trio of Horses

“Mares of Diomedes” by Gutzon Borglum at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina.

Horses race forward, bodies pressed together. All are wildly excited, ears laid back, nostrils distended, and mouths open gasping for breath. The bodies are truthfully modeled without insistent detail to give a dynamic sense of rushing movement, enhanced by the rhythmic play of muscles and the backward flow of loose masses in the manes and tails.

Trio of Horses