Outer Banks Photography Workshop Release

 

Seagrass at sunrise, Cape Hatteras, North Carolina

 

The Outer Banks Photography Workshop
March 6-8, 2020 - $1,150.00
Buxton, NC

When viewed on a satellite map the Outer Banks stretch like ribbons of sand out into the Atlantic and form a natural barrier to the mainland of North Carolina from the wild and at times violent Atlantic Ocean. The outer Banks is home to five uniquely beautiful lighthouses standing testament to its often violent past that have shipwrecked many a vessel now lying below the unrelenting waves of the Atlantic. In addition to the lighthouses, piers and small fishing harbors of the Outer Banks, we will also be photographing pristine dunes, sandy beaches, crashing waves, waterfowl and still marshes that reflect the heavens above.

Join professional landscape photographers Joseph Rossbach and Jerry Greer for a weekend’s worth of exploration, learning discovery and inspiration on the Outer Banks in March of 2020 and come home with new understanding into the art and craft of nature photography, but also with amazing images from this unique coastal environment.

For more information & to register - https://www.josephrossbach.com/outer-banks-coastal-photography-workshop

Bodie Island Light and the Milky Way, Outer Banks, North Carolina

 

Breaking Waves at dawn, Outer Banks near Buxton, NC





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