*****Nature Guide to the Carolina Coast
Favorite Photos 3

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Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, 01/19/10.

Capturing magnificent color and details is why I use Kodak point-and-shoot cameras. The same shot taken within minutes with a Nikon DSL camera has far less color saturation. I do not need to know anything to achieve these results. I know that my photos will be rich and do justice to Sunset Beach, NC. From the first to the last photo on this webpage, Kodak strengths are demonstrated.

Atlantic Giant Cockle, Dinocardium robustrum, Sunset Beach, NC, 06/07/10
Coquina, Donax spp., Myrtle Beach, SC, 04/11/10
"I see skies of blue and clouds of white" -- Sunset Beach, NC, 04/28/10
Banded Porcelain Crab, Petrolisthes galathinus, Sunset Beach, NC, 01/19/10
Lettered Olive, Oliva sayana, Sunset Beach, NC, 01/19/10
Lettered Olive, Oliva sayana, climbing up side of bucket, Sunset Beach, NC, 01/19/10
Ghost Shrimp, Callichiurus major, Sunset Beach, NC, 04/10/10
Portion of the 20-inch-tall, 5-inch-wide, pollination cone on a male Sago Palm, Cycas revoluta, Carolina Shores, NC, 06/22/10
Face of a dried Clearnose Skate, Raja eglanteria, Sunset Beach, NC, 04/28/10
Roughtail Stingray, dasyatis centroura, Sunset Beach, NC, 04/28/10
White Baby Ear, Sinum perspectivum,
Workmen adjusting first of last four girders of Sunset Beach Bridge on Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, Sunset Beach, NC, 06/04/10
Sunset Beach Bridge, Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Span, 06/07/10 -- The bridge should open to traffic in early October 2010.