|Currituck Beach Lighthouse, ©2014 Terrell Neasley|
|Whalehead in historic Corolla, ©2014 Terrell Neasley|
Hurricane Bertha had other plans, as it were. The incessant rain kept me at bay for quite a number of days. I had hoped to get some dramatic skies, but such was not my fortune. The skies were simply cloudy, grey, featureless, and bleak. Not stormy, just rainy. But as soon as the weather broke, I headed out to the north end of The Outer Banks, near Currituck to see what I could get. Not knowing what to expect, I found out that getting a uniqueness of shot was REALLY hard to come by. I still wanted to give it a try and just see what I could come away with.. Its almost like trying to get a unique shot of the Statue of Liberty. You never know til you go. And it was still worth seeing and experiencing, nonetheless. I waited til the end of the day when most tourist were done and tried my best. I did this with three other lighthouses and only missed Cape Lookout, the southernmost lighthouse in the Outer Banks. That was mainly because I camped out on the Atlantic side of Shackleford Banks, right near Cape Lookout. I stayed up all night. By morning, catching a ferry back to the mainland and then another ferry to Cape Lookout was no longer on my list of priorities. Between Currituck, Bodie, Hatteras, and Ocracoke Lighthouses...I was good to go.
|Art Model, Covenant ©2014 Terrell Neasley|
|Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, ©2014 Terrell Neasley|
|Wild Horses at Shackleford Banks, ©2014 Terrell Neasley|