South Carolina Folly Beach Tidal Mud Flat Sunset
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The tide interacts with a mudflat along the western end of Folly Beach at Folly Beach County Park. The mudflat is the result of accumulated sediments from the nearby Folly River. Intertidal, the mudflats are exposed and submerged twice daily, making catching them at the right time photographically a real challenge! During low tide, the mud flats can be a wonderful place to seek shells, starfish, and other aquatic wildlife.
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