A lonely sail boat early in the morning against the backdrop of Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse in Manteo, North Carolina
Spotted a window with interesting flower designs on stained glass …
An electrical fire destroys this church and the only thing remaining looks like a facade
The expression on this Indian face carving is interesting …..
At the start of the Skyline trail just above the top of Chimney Rock, one may notice a menacing rock face peering out over the Gorge. On even closer inspection, it appears to have taken on the countenance of evil incarnate – it’s the Devil’s Head! How did this rock form itself into such a shape?
A long time ago a huge sheet of rock slid down the mountainside and broke into many pieces, one of which came to rest on this ledge. The facial features of the boulder are due to differential weathering of Henderson Gneiss rock. More resistant parts of the rock form the eyebrow, nose, chin and ear, while softer layers have eroded out, shaping the eye and the mouth.
A lonely home with fantastic views is nestled way up in the mountains surrounding Chimney Rock, North Carolina. It must be a challenge to get up there in winter.
Though not concurrent with the present phase of the moon, this photo of the full moon’s orange glow reflects the image of the sun and almost creates a fiery ball …