Having traveled the length of North Carolina’s cost, I haven’t found a setting w/rocks or boulders, along the beach, often found in other regions of the country. The Coquina Rocks near Fort Fisher, North Carolina are the only one’s I’ve found, thus far. Perhaps they are less known because for most of the day, they are submersed by the ocean’s tides and can only be seen for a couple of hours at low tide, twice a day.
Motion in the clouds and water are accentuated in this ten-second exposure from our “Landscape Gallery”, captured during a brief two hour window in which the rocks were exposed as the tides quickly flowed back in.
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