A vacant , weatherbeaten Adirondack Chair is positioned perfectly on a small dunes top deck to catch the September Sunrise on the Outer Banks but the view goes wanting. The mass exodus completed, the beach is returned to its full time inhabitants, Sandpipers, Sand Crabs, Brown Pelicans, Ring Billed Gulls and of course all of the creatures of the ocean. I’ve always felt people visit the Carolina Beaches at the wrong time of the year. Certainly that’s the case for photography. The light really begins to take on a special dynamic as the fall approaches. There was even a bit of a chill in the air this particular morning. Thanks for the visit and have a great evening.