Saturday, July 29, 2006

Oregon Inlet sunset

North Carolina's outer banks are a sting of long barrier islands situated about 12 miles from the mainland in the Atlantic ocean. Each is separated by an inlet linking the ocean to Pamlico Sound. The Oregon Inlet separates Bodie Island from Pea Island. The bridge in the background of the photo above links the two islands.

It was here that my wife and I witnessed the spectacular sunset above, then stuck around for the moonset a little while later.

Click on picture to enlarge. Photograph © 2006 James Jordan.


Marion said...

What an amazing photo! You have some really good pictures..I plan to visit often!

Dirty Butter said...

I particularly like the colors in this sunset/twilight photo. They are marvelously soft and whispered.


Katili said...

WOW! That is absolutely gorgeous!!

Eko Prasetyo said...

cool, gorgeous photos!! this one photo is so surreal it's breathtaking!!