Outer Banks by carriegeddie.com

Winter in OBX

There is something special about the Outer Banks in the winter. The tourists are gone, with many of the houses boarded up to survive the nor’easters of the colder months.  Hotels* are empty and restaurants are closed, leaving messages of thankfulness for another great summer season. Construction is in full force, unless the waves are pumping. The light is harsh and the shadows long. So much beauty in the rawness at this time of year.
*The Beacon Motor Lodge has since been torn down to make room for a row of new and shiny ocean-front mansions.

Carrie Geddie

Carrie is a portrait photographer based in North Carolina. She's most inspired when shooting her film cameras and strives to create images that show our connections with those we love. When she's not shooting, Carrie loves hunting down the best fish tacos and chasing her boys around the beaches of the Outer Banks. www.carriegeddie.com

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