Tuesday, October 15, 2013

It's Written in the Sand


The great thing about the Outerbanks is that there are so many remote beaches to visit.  We took a ferry over to Ocracoke and drove out to one such beach.  The sandy beach was so vast.  It seemed to go on for miles.  In addition to it's vastness, it also had so many different sand patterns and formations.  It was the strangest thing to see.  It made for great shell collecting.  





6 comments:

  1. Surreal... Magical... Delightful...

    Oh how lucky you are, to be able to easily access beaches. Lucky, lucky you. We so miss our Autumn visits to Nausett Beach on Cape Cod. -sigh-

    Tessa~

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    1. Thanks! It wasn't too accessible - we live about 6.5 hrs from NC but it was worth the drive.

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    1. It was unlike any other beach I've seen.

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  3. Pure gorgeous! That shot of the sand and shells makes me smile! My beans would just love to gather shells there! Just stunning!

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    1. There were parts that were really hard to walk through barefoot because of so many shells! It was fun and hard to choose which ones to bring home.

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