Three herons stand still as the Neuse River swooshes past. In Raleigh.
A warm sunrise reflects off the surface of the Neuse River in Raleigh.
A sycamore seed pod sparkles in a brilliant sunrise over the Neuse River in Raleigh.
Here’s one more shot of that big ‘ole moon over Falls Lake in Raleigh.
There is a obscure corner of Falls Lake that feels a little different than the rest. It is a quiet little cove with high rock walls stained by years of high water. Take a paddle and see if you can find it.
Even a fisherman’s cast net can be photogenic when combined with a nice sunrise and a little warm spell in February. On the Neuse River in Raleigh.
Just dipping a toe to test the water. Actually, the subfreezing temperature had disoriented tons of small bait fish and they were floating to the surface. The gulls were feasting on the easy prey. On Falls Lake, in Raleigh.
For the first time since 1866, a supermoon, a blue moon, and a blood moon (Lunar eclipse) coincided on 31st January. This is not it, but it is still pretty big out there. Here the moon sets over Falls Lake in Raleigh , a couple of days after that rare event.