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Palm Tree In Sunrise
Photo By Betty Shelton

  • Title: Palm Tree In Sunrise
  • State/Province/Region: North Carolina
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: The Outer Banks
  • Nearest Town: Ocracoke
  • Brief Directions: Traveling the Outer Banks, at the edge of North Carolina, you have to take a ferry across Ocracoke Island onto the mainland.
  • Notes: The island is rugged and beautiful and is not in the process of being turned back to the wild.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: Just at sunrise the colors are best. I lined the sun up behind this palm tree for a silhoutte.
  • Gear: NikonD100 85-300mm lens
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