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The craggy, ragged shoreline of Goose Creek State Park is just one of the many unique components of this park that stands alone as the single most environmentally diverse tract of land, open to the public, in this nook of the Inner Banks.
On Monday, August 29, 2011, two days in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, the Emergency Management team continued their exhaustive work, but took a break to meet with the politicians, who visited Beaufort County to witness the destructive power of the massive storm.
Washington, North Carolina may be a small city here in eastern North Carolina, but it has developed into the festival capital of the region.
On June 25, 2011, at about 8:06 pm, I began taking pictures of a beautiful sunset before I joined my wife waiting for me at the Turnage Theater.
I take many pictures some weeks. In the span of any given month, I make hundreds of images. To date, with tens of thousands of pictures taken and stored, I have never seen a photo this odd.
Spring is my favorite time of the year, affording me the perfect opportunity to take a few pictures of this eastern North Carolin hamlet as Winter transitions into Spring.
This Christmas season, a rare snowstorm provided one last parting gift to the children and adults alike, who still possess a sense of constant wander. Here is the last batch
This Christmas season, a rare snowstorm provided one last parting gift to the children and adults alike, who still possess a sense of constant wander, and it was gloriously beautiful.
Over the last year, we have taken a number of pictures of places and events. Within this article, we share a few more images with you.
Raleigh musician Travis Proctor helped Washington enjoy another successful Music in the Streets.
A Rare snow storm blew into eastern North Carolina on Friday night, February 12, 2010, and until was over, we had accumulated 4 to 6 inches of snow in the Washington, North Carolina area.
This wonderful sparkly blanket was, in my vision, reminiscent of a Currier and Ives series of prints in my snow draped town of Washington, North Carolina.
Goose Creek State Park reminds me of my youth on warm summer days along the shores of the Pamlico, where no one lived. Where only the natural world knows the terrain; that what inhabits the forest.
On a warm, partly sunny day, as the sun played peek-a-boo with the fluffy clouds, Washington's Downtown Waterfront played host to Smoke on the Water.
Taking a closer inpection of my immediate world as I press on to conclude my personal story.
This series will be of pictures and places, unused in other articles that just may have a short story to tell.
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