North Carolina Outer Banks Workshop Gallery
The Outer Banks of North Carolina is a string of barrier islands that runs south from the Virginia border to over half way down the state of North Carolina.  It contains some amazing structures that include fishing piers and some of the tallest and oldest lighthouses in the country.  It has beautiful windswept beaches, small dunes, sea oats, as well as some world-class sunrises and sunsets.  Weather can be unpredictable which is actually a good thing in this case creating interesting skies and lighting.  Enjoy the pictures below, but don't just sit there, sign up for a workshop to this one-of-a-kind location.

 
Sunrise at Avon Pier
Sunrise at Avon Pier


 
Frisco Pier
Frisco Pier


 
Avon Pier Sunrise
Avon Pier Sunrise


Nags Head Pier
Nags Head Pier


 
Nags Head Pier 2
Nags Head Pier 2


 
Nags Head Pier 3
Nags Head Pier 3


Jeannette's Pier Sunrise
Jeannette's Pier Sunrise


 
Gods Rays at Nags Head Pier
Gods Rays at Nags Head Pier


 
Jeannette's Pier
Jeannette's Pier


Bodie Lighthouse
Bodie Lighthouse


 
Hatteras Lighthouse and Startrails
Hatteras Lighthouse and Startrails


 
Currituck Lighthouse
Currituck Lighthouse