North Carolina October 01, 2015
What These 15 North Carolina Photographers Captured Will Blow You Away
North Carolina is a beautiful state, and of course, thousands of photographers attempt to capture that beauty on a daily basis. From dramatic waterfalls, quiet beaches, and peaceful countryside, it takes more than a good eye to photograph the total essence of place that is North Carolina.
Each day, we get a number of beautiful photographs posted to the
Only in North Carolina Facebook Page. It’s amazing to see the talented photographers in North Carolina. So amazing, we’ve decided to display some impressive images that were posted to our Facebook page. While I only want to display one picture per photographer (to be fair) those featured have a number of impressive images you can view by visiting their Facebook pages.
Want to see your work featured? Follow the instructions at the bottom of this page. For now, enjoy these amazing images that truly capture the essence of North Carolina.
1. "The Crossing" captured by Danny Richard Buxton.
"The Tanawha Trail, which parallels the Blue Ridge Parkway on Grandfather Mountain in North Carolina, stretching 13.5 miles from Beacon Heights to Julian Price Park. This bridge crosses Wilson Creek in its head water, a boulder strewn creek bed with many cascades as it plunges into Pisgah National Forest. The foliage is beginning in earnest along the streams an ridges at the higher elevations with an explosion of color to show soon across western North Carolina..." -Danny Richard Buxton.
2. Dramatic Mountains, captured by Riding the Backroads With Camera In Hand.
"I was hoping for a sunrise this morning but with all the rain in the northwestern mountains in the last several days, I wasn't really expecting it, but......there is always beauty here in these mountains and I managed to find some. (It's not hard to do.) " - Riding the Backroads With Camera In Hand. This picture was captured in Alleghany County.
3. "Elk River Falls" captured by Marty Peterson.
Marty Peterson captured this gorgeous, striking image of Elk River Falls in Elk Park.
4. "Crazy Cloud Formations" captured by Wandering Souls Photography.
These cotton candy skies were captured by Wandering Souls Photography at Carolina Beach.
5. 'Fall on the Blue Ridge Parkway' captured by Nomadic Traveler Photography.
"First day of Fall
Yesterday we decided to head out to the Blue Ridge Parkway and hike up to Rough Ridge today. The colors are definitely beginning to pop. Once we reached the top the clouds had leveled out ahead revealing the wide mountain view! It was breathtaking. This year is supposed to be one of the most Epic peak seasons this year. I am most definitely ready for it!" - Nomadic Traveler Photography
6. "First Light, Table Rock Mountain" captured by Anthony Heflin.
"Such an incredible morning! Taken last June from Hawksbill Mountain." -Anthony Heflin
7. Pelican and the Pier captured by Kelly Nowak.
"Pete the Pelican" (so I was told) at the Kure Beach Pier." -Kelly Nowak Photography
8. Milky Way, captured by Jim Bishop Photography.
"Along the Blue Ridge Parkway, near Graveyard Fields. The Milky Way was very bright last night." -Jim Bishop
9. Views from Grandfather, captured by Sallie Woodring.
"Today from the Forest Gump curve overlook on Grandfather Mtn."-Sallie Woodring
10. Sky on Fire, captured by Geri Abbott Glavis.
"Beautiful Greensboro sunset on Lake Brandt" -Gerri Abbott Glavis
11. Reflections, captured by Matthew H. Irvin.
"Ross Pond in the Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge (southern Piedmont) last Sunday." -Matthew H. Irvin
12. Moody, romantic sky, captured by Susan Yerry.
"White Lake, NC at Sunset" -Susan Yerry
13. Seeing double, captured by David Hill
"Blue Ridge Parkway bridge at Linville River, mile marker 316.5." -David Hill
14. "OBX Sunrise" captured by Matthew Molt.
A dramatic, beautiful sunrise like the one captured by Matthew Molt is just another reminder North Carolina is the best state.
15. Mailbox on the Beach, captured by Nathan Firebaugh
"Kindred Spirit Mailbox on Bird Island"-Nathan Firebaugh
Want to see your image featured? Post it to the
Only in North Carolina Facebook Page and email firstname.lastname@example.org with the image. Just a reminder, I’ll only select one image per photographer, so send me your best work!