I’ve been away too long and thought I would get back to posting some of my favorite shots from around the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

This is the old Coast Guard station Oregon Inlet shortly after the Milky Way rose above the horizon.
It is amazing how fast the stars seem to move around the night sky, spend a night under dark skies and be mesmerized!
This was a bitterly cold night given the 35 degree air temperature and the 25 knot winds that cut right through you coming right off the ocean.
The Milky Way rising above Coast Guard station Oregon inlet.
Another great night of star gazing, hopefully I will get back to posting here more often!

Published by coastlander

A budding photographer who enjoys capturing nature at its best and especially the beauty of the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

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