The effects of changing climate on the environment and natural heritage areas are strong invitations to reflect on time, change, impermanence, and one’s place in the moment. For fifteen years I have photographed a two mile shoreline of a barrier island off the coast of South Carolina, watching the shore shifting, moving, ever changing. My visit to a barrier island off the Georgia coast mirrored the movement and inspired this series. The images are a meditation on the dynamics of impermanence I have witnessed along the southern Eastern shore. My hope is that their natural beauty will contribute to the growing awareness of what humanity is loosing.