Cape Hatteras Lighthouse · Family Portraits · Lifestyle · Sunset

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, Hatteras Island Family Vacation Portraits 2016

June 15th, 2016 I met the Rice family at the Old Lighthouse Beach in Buxton. We started our session in the parking lot with the Lighthouse in the distance. Then we moved to the beach path near by. While we were walking up the path a family of deer decided to hop through the path. I spotted the adult deer first, and was able to capture the baby deer in the images below. The little guy was hustling through the tourists to keep up with its family. The deer added a little excitement to the session.

An offshore storm blew over us during our session, as we spent some time walking on the beach capturing different shots with the lighthouse behind the family!  What a beautiful family with delightful children! The family is from Ohio you can see in the images below an image of the family representing their home state by spelling out O H I O with their children!

After our session was over I was packing up my camera’s in the parking lot, the storm was hovering over the lighthouse. I decided to wait a few and get some images at dark. The paranormal lighting at the Lighthouse that evening was unreal. As the last car rolled out of the parking lot, a supernatural feeling came over me. It was a little creepy alone, watching the last bit of light from the sun fade away. The contrasting colors of the sky throughout our session from the storm moving around us seemed very unique. Please scroll down for a few frames of the Rice Family Hatteras Island Family Vacation 2016.


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