A solitary female figure blends in with a gray giant, its trunk may have thrived for eighty years before it succumbed to the migrating coastline. Her head is upturned, adding to the mystery of this surreal landscape by the sea. The scene is a quiltwork of texture and lines. With no particular shapes dominating, our gaze is invited to explore the shadows, grains, and jagged structures. White clouds and a single jet-trail punctuate the deep sky, giving us a reminder of life beyond this exanimate oceanfront.
The coastline of the Carolinas (US) shifts constantly, often abandoning forests of trees to graves of salt water.