Photography by James Crissman

Outer Banks



Castles Made of Sand

A Step Behind

Seagulls in Southport NC

Ocracoke Island

Currituck Lighthouse

This was the last North Carolina Lighthouses for me to photograph. I would really like to go back and take pictures of the others sometime. We arrived at Currituck just in time for the “golden hours” and the golden light from the sun created a great glow on the bricks.

Outer Banks From the Air

My uncle Mark took me up in his plane with my dad and sister a couple of weekends ago. We flew for about an hour and reached Kitty Hawk to First in Flight Airport where the Wright Brothers first took flight. From there we flew down the length of the Outer Banks, all the way to Cape Lookout. On the way we flew over Cape Hatteras, Okracoke, and Cape Lookout lighthouses. We also traveled over Croatan Naitonal Forest. This trip was nicely timed right after a snow storm so there was still some snow on the ground at Cape Lookout. The pictures turned out well when I was able to avoid the glare from the window.

Bailey & Biscuit

Here’s our dog, Bailey and a friend’s dog, Biscuit playing with each other on the beach of Ocracoke.