The 5th shoot in this series–the moment when the sun is visible through the windows of the belfry.
This, the 4th in this series of sunsets at this church.
This, the 3rd day in a series–no clouds
This time with the church more silhouetted.
This is the 1st in a series this week where the sun sets near First Baptist Church–weath dependent…
From the morning presser…
Special thanks to the Fayetteville Woodpeckers Manager, Marketing & Communications for sharing team graphics like the featured image above. I appreciate
Following is the press conference video announcing the stadium name.
Kill Devil Hills–North Carolina Outer Banks
This was a quick one-night trip with three targets sets of photographs: 1) 01/20 moonrise; 2) the Super Blood Wolf Moon lunar eclipse; and, 3) 01/21 sunrise. For the most part, clouds were a challenge. They blocked seeing the Sunday evening moonrise and the Monday morning sunrise–ruling out seeing the moon and sun shimmering on the ocean as they peaked above the surface.
Nonetheless, there are some good captures in this group. I will do this shoot again–less the lunar eclipse, but closer to home next time–maybe Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina [