A Live Oak on the shoreline of Currituck Sound near Duck, NC on the Outer Banks. Live Oaks, so named because they are evergreens year round, thrive on the outer banks. Their low profile I’ve heard is because of the never ending wind off the ocean and sound. Always artistic in profile thanks to their haphazard limb formations, they make an interesting subject for the camera. That’s a combination of sea grass and sea oats around it.
Nikon D7100 Sigma 10-20mm lens.
Thanks for the look and have a great week.