Friday, August 01, 2014

Sunset over Silver Lake on Ocracoke

On Tuesday evening I had an exceptional group of folks on my ghost and history walk. The sky was promising as we started our walk down Howard Street and by the time we arrived at the harbor, it view was breathtaking. I stopped the walk so everyone could take photos. I did not have a camera with me, but one young lady took this photo for me. Thank you, Emily!

I think it was one of the most beautiful sunsets of the summer and we all were able to enjoy it together. We continued our walk into the cemeteries and back down eerie Howard Street where deep darkness greeted us.

Until tomorrow.


Robb said...

Lou Ann. I keep coming back to this picture. It captures, something that intangible essence of Ocracoke somehow... Just a wonderful shot!

Lou Ann Homan said...

Hi Robb, thanks for your comment. I think the photo is stunning and as you said, "intangible essence of Ocracoke." By now you must know I am back to my other life in Indiana. It takes a few days to recover from an entire summer, but the beauty of the Midwest never fails me as well. Hope to see you continue being a reader even though though the heartlands have called me back.