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Atlantic Ocean Photograph - North Carolina Outer Banks Herbert C. Bonner Oregon Inlet Bridge by Mark VanDyke

North Carolina Outer Banks Herbert C. Bonner Oregon Inlet Bridge is a photograph by Mark VanDyke which was uploaded on June 14th, 2013.

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Congratulations on your sale!

Wow! Awesome capture Mark!! Congratulations on your sale!

Congrats on your sale!

Great shot and beautiful colors!

This is a great picture!

Mark VanDyke replied:

Thank you, Andrey! I really wanted to document this bridge before it is replaced--so many memories crossing it as a child en route to a family vacation on the Outer Banks of North Carolina!

Appreciate that, Natalie! This was just a scouting trip, but the sky turned such nice color that I had to start shooting more concertedly :-)

Absolutely stunning

Thanks so much, Anne-Elizabeth Whiteway! This was a great evening in the Outer Banks of North Carolina!

Mark, So dreamy, gorgeous and lovely. F/V

Thanks, Michael! I camped each night just down the road and thought to myself as I drove back to my campsite how nice this shot could be--stopped one evening, got some great color, and thought the simplicity really worked. I really appreciate your great words and comments!

This picture is so peaceful with great color contrast and a really clean composition. I really like the softness of the water from the exposure and the red tail light is cool too. Mark I really love all of the history and facts that you include with your photos. Very informative. I love your biography as well, I see that you are very passionate about the outdoors and photography and it shows in your photography! Photography for me as well is pretty much all about the thrill of chasing the light, being outdoors and bring back home a lot of pictures.

Thanks! I thought I would like the head lights better than the tail lights going over the Bonner Bridge but I found this one my most appealing take from the trip!

Love the tail light trail

Although it is obviously a controversial subject, you've captured the unpretentious bridge as it is, without knowing or caring what it has or will become in all it's glory as a silhouette. Now you have captured a moment in time to cherish, even after all the controversy is over and the new bridge is built. Such a beautiful capture of an aging bridge! v/f

Mark VanDyke replied:

Thank you, Nancy for the good words! It will be neat when the Bonner Bridge is replaced someday soon and this image becomes a document of what was there.

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