Photography ~ Dawn–Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina, 09/30

Looking east from Haymount Hill along Hay Street toward the Market House

I am closer to my photo setup for 11/11 and thereafter for a sunrise directly behind the Market House.

Photography ~ Sunset–Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina, 09/28

At Cross Creek Park & First Baptist Church at Anderson and Old Streets


Photography ~ DIY Canon EOS 6D DSLR Setup, 09/26

This is one of many different camera configurations I use.

Photography ~ Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina—West End, 09/25 & 09/26



Hurricane Florence ~ The Cape Fear River at Fayetteville, North Carolina has receded to normal levels, 09/25

The residue of mud clearly shows where the river was a week ago as it crested at about 61 feet last Tuesday, 09/18.


Hurricane Florence ~ Some of the Fayetteville, North Carolina Aftermath, 09/25

Cool Spring Street at the bridge crossing Cross Creek

Although the bridge was not washed out as it was by Hurricane Matthew in 2016, the street remains closed a week after the Cape Fear River crested. You can see from the mud on the plants and the roadway, there was harrowing flooding for those who live nearby. I am sure they wonder when this will be over… Contrast what I saw today with what I saw the morning of the 16th.

I visited the newly replaced bridge in Cross Creek Park. I can see the creek came out of its banks there as well but with less impact, or so it seems…

Photography ~ Downtown Sunset, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 09/18

Captured one with my DSDLR and two with my iPhone X

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