Some recent photos of a portion of the beach at Big Talbot Island, between Jacksonville and Fernandina Beach, Florida. Located at the mouth of Amelia Inlet, Big Talbot Island is one of several barrier-islands in northeastern Duval County, FL that are designated as Florida State Parks, bordering the Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve (U.S. NPS/DoI).
A couple of years ago I published a gallery of another of these islands when there was a large oil-slick on the beach (presumably originated from the B.P. oil-spill in the Gulf of Mexico). This island is further to the north... the beach is covered with a multitude of the 'skeletons' of fallen live-oak trees (they likely fell when Hurricane Dora hit here in '64, though I have not found any documentation to date to support that) - these fallen trees are a prominent shoreline-feature of these islands, Big Talbot Island in particular.
More Info: Big Talbot Island State Park. Still more info here.