The best skies so far in this series
The point of sunrise nears Fayetteville’s most know landmark–the Market House as it journey to its southern-most point on December 21st–Winter Soltice.
From the place I am taking pictures, the sun will rise behind the Market House, Thursday, November 15, 2018, and again on its journey to its north-most point–Summer Soltice, Friday, January 26, 2019. Most of those taking pictures will see this magical sunrise on its southern pass 4 days earlier, November 11th–Veterans Day and 4 days later in January.
The last four years, I have photographed Market House Sunrises on at least one of of the sun’s annual passes and from different perspectives.
This, a camera in a box [van], for taking pictures in the rain.
I took the scenery images at the onset of Tropical Storm Michael in the Fayetteville, North Carolina area. For us, there was less wind and rain the with Tropical Storm Florence last month.
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…
Captured one with my DSDLR and two with my iPhone X