Documentary Photography · Fishing Hatteras Island · Hatteras Island Legend · Outer Banks · Outer Banks News · Wedding Anniversary

Hatteras Island Legend, Manson Meekins Passes at 102.

April 20, 2018, at 12:29am heaven gained one legendary angel, Mr. Manson Meekins. He lived 102 years and 2 months. He was a man of honor and integrity. Prayers go out to his wife Vera and their family. Since living in Avon full time I had the great fortune of meeting Manson and Vera Meekins.… Continue reading Hatteras Island Legend, Manson Meekins Passes at 102.

Documentary Photography · Epic Events · Hatteras Island News · Water Sports

International Windsurfing Tour, Cape Hatteras, Ocean Air Sports

Today April 18, 2018, windsurfers from all over the world, amateur to pro, raced across Pamlico Sound during the Cape Hatteras Windsurfing and SUP Festival put on by OceanAir Sports. The race has grown over the past few years from 100 to now 222 participants. It was quite the site to see. Tyson Poor and… Continue reading International Windsurfing Tour, Cape Hatteras, Ocean Air Sports

Documentary Photography · growing up island · Hatteras Island Weather and Storms · Island Nights · My Life · Sunset

Spring Sound Side Sunset, Avon, North Carolina

Tonight April 10, 2018, I was making dinner when I noticed a pink reflection all through my house. I looked out my window and the entire sky was pink. The spring sunset over Pamlico Sound was glorious! Visit Hatteras Island there is no place like it!

Documentary Photography · Publications · Surf Photography

Rambler Surf Magazine, Cam Richards, Grayson Swell, Outer Banks Photographer

Honored to have been published in my first surfing magazine, Rambler Surf Magazine, with images of professional surfer Cam Richards from the Grayson swell on Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Below are a few images from the winter 2018 edition. Thanks to URN Surf Co for reaching out to me for images. These guy’s do not… Continue reading Rambler Surf Magazine, Cam Richards, Grayson Swell, Outer Banks Photographer

Corolla · Currituck Outer Banks · Documentary Photography · Outer Banks News

Ancient Maritime Forest Exposed Along Outer Banks Coastline, Outer Banks Photographer

My daughter witnessed the maritime forest on the 4×4 beach road on Carova beach for the first time. Every winter, waves ravage the sand along the beach, exposing hundreds of ancient cedar and live oak stumps on the Currituck Outer Banks coastline. The maritime forest is estimated to have existed here some 2,000 years ago… Continue reading Ancient Maritime Forest Exposed Along Outer Banks Coastline, Outer Banks Photographer

Cape Point · Documentary Photography · Fishing · Fishing Hatteras Island

Cormorants Fishing at Cape Point, Outer Banks Photographer

Flocks of Cormorants were fishing at the point. For about ten minutes thousands of them traveled overhead into the ocean. The Great Cormorant lives along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean from Labrador down to the tip of Florida. They are excellent at catching fish which is their main diet. These birds have long serrated… Continue reading Cormorants Fishing at Cape Point, Outer Banks Photographer