I have a lot of catching up to do when it comes to my landscape photography. While my passion for taking photographs has not waned, the time I have had to write and showcase some of my favorite work has escaped me until now.
Recently, following a business trip to New York, I was able to spend a weekend in North Carolina. It was my first visit to this region and while I have traveled through most of America’s 50 states, I have no idea why North Carolina escaped me until now. After seeing and witnessing its beauty, I regret not coming through here years ago.
This first shot, shown above is one of my new favorites that I will be showing for a long time. I have titled it, ” A Deer, a Duck and a Small Red Roof.”
The red tin roof and the duck are easy to spot. The deer not so much. I must have sat in this location for about 30 minutes trying to capture the perfect time of day. Dusk is my favorite light and I was rewarded by this peaceful pond.
In North Carolina, there are no shortages for bridges and it seemed I was shooting bridges and water at every turn. The photography below is called “Chapel Hill Bridge.”
Another bridge over calm waters…..
And one finally that had no water.
I could not help but capture the photograph of the couple below, enjoying the afternoon sun by a bridge, in a garden.
The final photo in this set is a more well-known bridge over water. Can you name the place?