Ocracoke Sunrise

sand pipers

Ocracoke gulls on the beach


Last photos of the Ocracoke sky, and I’m winding down my series from our Ocracoke vacation.

I loved these little sand pipers, but couldn’t get any closer.


  1. Personally, I am no photographer. I simply do not have that natural skill lol! But I can appreciate a pretty picture and you certainly have an eye for it! Bookmarking 🙂

  2. The flaming color of the sunset really works with gloomy sky. It simply tells a story of an isolated place where you can unwind all your doubts and fears. The small waves are just like the problems we encounter from day to day life. Good work!

  3. Everyone sees what their eyes can see! I read those comments above..
    But you certainly have ‘the eye’ as Stacey says. I am also a photographer but an amateur one at that and I mostly collect them in print form!

  4. I haven’t done a lot of printing since I started this site, personally. I have an electronic digital frame that I haven’t used in a while, and I will be putting a significant number of pics on that for my desk at work. 🙂

  5. I love the photos it’s simply amazing. Simple but artistic, I’m glad you’ve captured the beauty of nature. I am not a photographer but I can say that this photo has a lot of drama.

  6. TJ McDowell says:

    So was this quite a drive from your home to get here? It looks like you were vacationing here?

  7. Yah, we were on the road for about 16 hours. It was a great vacation.

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