A serene North Carolina landscape with greenery and water around the Highlands area
Interesting cloud formations at Wayah Bald, North Carolina
Leafless trees accentuate the menacing storm clouds at Wayah Bald, North Carolina
An ideal altitude (at 5,342 feet) at Wayah Bald, North Carolina to view the spectacular storm clouds over the mountains.
Wayah Bald is a high-altitude treeless open area in Nantahala National Forest, near Franklin, North Carolina. A visitor enjoys the view from near the fire tower.
Views of storm clouds from Wayah Bald, North Carolina
We end 2021 with an image of a golden sunset at Lake Hickory, North Carolina. Hope this year was better than the last one.
A spectacular sunset over the boat dock at Lake Hickory, North Carolina
Sunset at Lake Hickory, North Carolina casts golden hues on the waves and water while illuminating the clouds
The sun sets over the bridge at Lake Hickory, North Carolina; lighting up the clouds and water in a golden glow
As 2021 is close to ending, we post this week some spectacular photos of sunset over Lake Hickory, North Carolina. Here are images of brilliant clouds lit by the setting sun.
Wilmington, Delaware has over 14 buildings that surpass 200 feet. Amazing reflections on glass buildings matching the color of the sky and clouds.
A framed view of Ravenel Bridge, Charleston, from the gazebo on Shem Creek boardwalk in Mt. Pleasant, south Carolina
A sail boat on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina matches the colors of the blue sky and ocean
A view of Ravenel Bridge in Charleston over the marsh from Shem Creek boardwalk in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina
A striking roof on a large home adds color to the marsh at Shem Creek, South Carolina
One of the best ways to explore Shem Creek is aboard a watercraft! Brave the waves with a paddle out to Crab Island and see the native migratory birds. In the distance, you can also enjoy a unique view of iconic Charleston landmarks such as the Ravenel Bridge, Fort Sumter, and the Charleston Harbor.
A water channel runs through the marsh around Shem Creek, Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina
Shem Creek, Mount Pleasant’s popular waterfront dining and drinking district, has a park and boardwalk offering panoramic views (with chairs too!) of the marsh and Charleston
Featuring 2,200 feet of boardwalk from Coleman Boulevard to near the mouth of the creek at Charleston Harbor; Shem Creek Park in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina offers 250 feet of floating dock space, plus a commercial fishing dock. It helps that they left the light on during the day!