One of the mildly frustrating things about flying, at least when flying in a commercial airliner, is the lack of information on what exactly that beautiful landscape is out your window. I see so many wonderful sights...and yet I don't know what it is I'm looking at. It's rare then, that one comes across a geographical feature so striking, that several weeks after the fact I was able to figure out just what it was I was looking at. I charted out our flight path, figuring that there was only a small window of time we spent flying over the Atlantic Ocean...and pinpointed this beautiful river delta to a shore on the Georgia coast. The largest 'river' emptying into the Atlantic? That is Doboy Sound. The closest body of land is Sapelo Island, a wildlife management area...and if you follow along the coast, you will find Wolf Island National Wildlife Refuge; contrary to its name, it is a nationally-protected bird habitat. Even without knowing where this is, this is a stunning panoply of natural beauty...and a beautiful example of what water can do to a coastline, given enough time.
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