I’m making up for some lost time with a rare double post!

I wanted to share a quick video featuring a quick look at the southern barrier islands of North Carolina. I’ve never been one for lounging on a beach, but I do enjoy watching the constant movement – not just the waves rolling in, or the change in seascape from day to day, but dolphins cruising, pelicans fishing, sandpipers and willets digging in the sand, and schools of fish moving just beyond the surf.

This is a short collection of those moments, capped off by a couple of time-lapses that give the place life.

All still photos courtesy of Lynn Abbott.

 

 

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