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Tag Archives: Outer Banks

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Wild Horses Out of the Fog

It never ceases to amaze me what I find along the beach in the morning. From old fossils washed up, to pieces of shipwrecks, beautiful shells, and even wildlife. This particular morning, I was heading […]

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Swimming Horses

Along the coast of North Carolina, there is a population of wild horses thought to be the oldest in North America. It was here where Western Civilization first crashed into mainland North America, and these […]

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If only I had a picture of me taking this picture

I had just pulled my boat into the protected bay inside of the marsh where these horses were feeding. I was still actually idling my way in when this whole scenario began to unfold and […]

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Season of Surf

The end of August and the month of September has proven to be yet another great round of surf for us out there on the Outer Banks. These photos are a mixture of Hurricane Danielle […]

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Red Fox and Sand Dunes

Over the course of the last week I have going pretty much non stop. Doug Gardner was in town with the film crew for Wild Photo Adventures and we were shooting an episode for season […]

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Back on the Beach

Action on the beach here picked up pretty much on cue for the horses. Late April brought the hatching of biting flies here on the island and subsequently horses out to the beach. Of course, […]

 

Wild Horse Photography Workshops

[xr_video id=”3fd08341a99449008467d241c2456d0b” size=”sm”] Back in January over the course of our Wild Horses and Waterfowl workshops, Doug Gardner shot this footage. Something of a teaser for whats to come. . .

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Visual Exploration

I’m currently working on a project photographing the giant migratory sand dunes of North Carolina. These migratory dunes were created thousands of years ago when the elevation of these islands began to build up from […]

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Horses in the Snow

Believe it or not, it does in fact actually snow here on the Outer Banks. Now, this doesn’t happen very often, maybe once a year, but snow we get none the less. Well this weekend […]

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When Everything Comes Together

Its good when a plan comes together. Actually, its fantastic. Just the other night I was on the phone with a client who wanted photographs of wild horses for use in both print advertisement as […]

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Seals of South Nags Head

It proved to be a busy day filled with both fantastic discoveries and hearts filled with sadness. With the first call that came into my cell phone today was the voice of one of the […]

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Harbor Seals of the Outer Banks

Back in November a seal was spotted down on Hatteras Island. People got excited. This was a bit early for the seals, but heck, the humpback whales were migrating by all the way back at […]

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Pea Island Snow Geese

As is the case most mornings that I am out photographing, the alarm went off at 4:00 am and I was on the road by 4:30. My original destination was to be Poccosin Lakes National […]

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Swans in Flight.

  Long before folks were coming to the Outer Banks to sunburn along the windswept white sandy beaches of these barrier islands, they came for the birds. Well, they came for the waterfowl that is […]

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Wild Horses of the Carolina Coast workshop

  Yesterday I led another wild horse photography workshop up on Carova Beach. As the cold front came through the night before, temperatures went from a high of 76 to a high of only 44 […]

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immersing onself in the abstract

I have been working on a story for Wildlife in North Carolina magazine about barrier island migration. Every barrier island in the world is migrating. Its just the nature of these sandbars. As ocean levels […]

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More Photos from the OBX Pro 2009

wow, talk about a slow process here trying to keep up with other photo projects plus the OBX pro, plus the ESA Best of the East event down in Hatteras this week.

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OBX Pro 2009 – The Final Showdown

 Benny Bourgeios out of Writesville Beach took first place this year, following up his first place title up in Belmar NJ last weekend. Despite the fact that its nearly midnight, I’m plastered in salt, and I […]

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Hurricane Bill – a second round

Still going through photos of the Hurricane Bill swell and already were watching yet another tropical storm build in strengthas it makes its way toward the Outer Banks. If all works out, it will stay […]

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Hurricane Bill – Holy Cow!

If Hatteras was amazing on Friday, than Saturday in Kitty Hawk was EPIC! Swells on the outside bar were consistently double over head with a few sets pushing triple over head Saturday at the Lillian […]