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My Favorite Photo Areas

 My Favorite Spots for my Photography Sessions: 


Neuse River/ Falls Lake : Great photo area for wildlife and moving water shots. 
Butterfly House in Durham: Great area for taking photos of wildlife and Butterflies. 









 


Falconbridge Pond: Great Location in my neighborhood to take wildlife, sunrise and Sunset and night exposures. 




North Carolina Botanical Gardens : Great Place for taking photos and great hiking trails in the back of it. 






Lake Gaston area: Great scenic area for sunset photos and wading bird photographs. 






Duke Forest: Great area for moving water shots, great are for photographing different types of wildlife. Get you're but up early for nature shots there. 
 Mason Land Preserve:  Great Location for insect and macro photography and also a great spot to find different types of water turtles and blue herons and sometimes even deer. 
Eno River: Great Spot for wildlife photography and moving water shots..G et there early for photos of wildlife that people might scare off before you arrive there. 





 Bolin Creek: Great area for photo opportunities of the rose garden and scenic shots of water and plus you might even get some wildlife photos there. 




Jordan Lake: One of my favorite spots in this region to take photos of the lake and wildlife that live in this lake. And you may even see Bald Eagles as well.


Cape Cod, MA: Great area to take wildlife and beach photography. Also a great area to take sunrise and sunset pictures. Get up early for Sunrise pictures!!!

Outer banks of North Carolina: Great photo opportunity  area for wading bird and shore birds photography and the  plus side is  you might get storms photos and of course the lighthouses.


Five oaks Pond: Great location and area to do Sunset and wildlife photography. Get there early for sunset photographs and wildlife that might be seen here.










Duke Gardens: Great area to take photos of wildlife and flowers and landscape  shots.. Another great addition to the gardens is pond area where turtles, ducks, the great blue herons and the geese area..A also you feed the wildlife at the pond area. You may also take pictures of the wildlife here at the pond. 
Coastal  Beaches of North Carolina: 
Great area for sunrise pictures and coastal birds and also a great area to photograph the night sky.





Topsail Beach:

Great area to take photos of sunrise and especially shore birds for photography. Get up early for Sunrise photography opportunities.



Surf City, North Carolina:  

Great Area and location to take sunrises and sunsets on the inter coastal water way. Get up early for sunrise conditions and 1 hour prior to sunset conditions on the inter coastal water way. 








Myrtle Beach, SC:  Great Place to take coast birds, sunrises and Sunsets . Get out early for Sunrise Pictures!!





Mountains of North Carolina: 
Great location and area to do fall foliage colors, waterfall pictures and also might even get some wildlife photography there. 




Hilton Head SC: Great Place to do wildlife Pictures, Sunrise and Sunset Pictures 












Ormond Beach Florida: Great coast area on the east coast to take coastal bird pictures, Sunrise and Sunset Photos.. be up early for sunrise Pictures!!



Virginia Beach: Great coast area on the east coast to take coastal bird pictures, Sunrise and Sunset Photos.. Be up early for sunrise Pictures!!








RDU AIRPORT: Great Place to take commercial airline photos from the observation deck. You might catch a lot of commercial airplanes taking off and landing on 23 R/ 5 L




Johnson Creek in Chapel Hill:
Great area to do black and white photography as well as macro and wildlife photography.





Gold Park in Hillsborough:

Great area to do wildlife photography and great area to macro photography as well.



































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