There are some very interesting pieces of buried driftwood on one of the beaches here at Cocobay Resort in Antigua. But then again, I tend to think that every bit of buried driftwood is interesting. We tend not to see much buried driftwood in Columbus.
The barrier beach at the Sheldon Marsh State Nature Preserve is home to many seagulls and other birds, as well as a piece of partially buried driftwood that forms a perfect natural bench. The shells are, I think, the shells of zebra mussels, one of the invasive species that has changed the biology of Lake Erie. The beaches are covered with their shells, which crunch satisfyingly as you walk along.