This post features my second set of compositions from Oak Island, North Carolina. Once or twice a day, I would leave the family for a “photography expedition”. Time by yourself, with no pressure to “hurry up and take that picture”.
This is when I find photography most fulfilling, the freedom to wander, explore, and just see what you can see. For example, on a rainy day whim, I turned left on a dirt road near Safe Harbor and eventually found this rustic old lifeboat overlooking the Lockwoods Folly River, just before it connects with the Intracostal Waterway.
Of course, sometimes seeing is anticipation of a situation or scene that has potential to develop into something visually interesting.
If you missed it, see my earlier post – Oak Island, NC In Color. Thanks for stopping by and have a great week!