Ocean Isle Sunset

One of the beauties of our barrier islands is their geographical orientation being one of east to west which provides us with breathtaking sunrises and sunsets over the water. I was lucky recently in being able to catch one of our sunsets from  a few different perspectives on the island. I hope you enjoy the photos.

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The long shadows of sunset on the OIB pier

Walkway to the beach

I love the colors of the pilings during a low tide sunset

The sago palm provided the perfect frame for the setting sun

Sun setting along the marsh on the west end of the island

I liked the contrast of the monochrome foreground against the pastels of the sky

Blue Heron stalking for dinner in the tidal pools in the marsh

Read about the history of our beautiful barrier islands.

The sun sets over the mud of the oyster flats in the marsh

OIB Pier

Taking a long walk under a long pier

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