Hurricanes and storms shift North Beach, Fort DeSoto, Florida STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBERT NEFF

Oct. 17, 2017. North Beach on Fort DeSoto is located on the Gulf of Mexico in the Tampa Bay Area of Florida. The currents, storms and hurricanes are constantly changing the beach.

Stormy day to walk North Beach
Today, storms pushed debris onto the beach.
The two recent hurricanes, Irma and Nate, continued Mother Nature’s effort to eliminate the tree line
Last year, the current and storms cut a path for a tidal stream. The mouth of the stream was between the two trees. The sign was at the edge of the creek.
You can see the line in the sand. This was the edge of the sand. You can see how the stream curved.
North Beach is very walkable. Everyone was stopping to read what kids wrote in the sand

November 27, 2016. This is the tidal creek that was there last year. The area was a very surreal place to commune with nature. The above photos were taken with the iphone 7plus. The photographs below were taken with the Nikon 810.

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