This Outer Banks Photo Workshop offers a variety of photographic opportunities — lighthouses, miles of pristine beaches, sand dunes, small boat harbors, historic sites, fishing piers, wildlife reserves, and parks. Over the ocean, along the shoreline, and in the marshes, waterways, and forests, we will look for photographic subjects including pelicans, herons, shorebirds, warblers, pelagic seabirds, dolphins, deer, fox, and other wildlife. Locations to be visited include Bodie and Currituck Beach Lighthouses, Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse, Duck boardwalk overlooking Currituck Sound, Wanchese Harbor, Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge, Currituck Banks Coastal Estuarine Reserve, and Hatteras National Seashore. On the Outer Banks, sunrises are often spectacular. Both Avalon Pier and Jennette’s Pier (1000 foot-long pier in Nags Head) offer wonderful opportunities for photography where we hope to capture images of sunrise, flying pelicans, porpoise, surfers, and fisherman.
John Yancey Oceanfront Inn, 2009 S. Virginia Dare Trail , Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, 27948
$995 based on single occupancy ($870 based on double occupancy)
Includes accommodations @ the John Yancey Oceanfront Inn and instruction
Does Not include – food, transportation, personal items