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Pre Hurricane Dorian Day 2, Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Outer Banks Documentary Photographer, Epic Shutter Photography
Today March 28, 2018, homeowners in South Avon just started cleaning up from the previous winter storms this month when high seas and flooding from the high tide this morning caused more destruction. I would imagine the upcoming evening high tide may bring more flooding. The water has receded off route 12 in Avon and… Continue reading Another Nor’Easter Hits Cape Hatteras National Seashore, March 28, 2018
Hurricane Jose at high tide on Hatteras Island today September 19, 2017. Route 12 is closed due to the dune breach at Mirlo Beach in Rodanthe. The Avon Fishing Pier staying strong in the beat down of Jose. Stay safe everyone.
High tide this evening brought the Atlantic ocean onto route 12 once again. The cool color contrasts of the sky with the reflections of the ocean and sunset made for a eerie picturesque photo shoot with the Cape Hatteras Motel’s. Although it is sad to see the coastal erosion at this narrow piece of the… Continue reading Angry Atlantic ocean meets route 12 once again at sunset, Cape Hatteras Motels, April 17, 2016