This is my entry for Reflection Hunters 114 #reflections hosted by the Shadow Hunters community and @olgavita. The lovely old wooden bridge is located in Corolla, North Carolina on the Outer Banks. The bridge was originally constructed in 1925 and is referred to as the Whalehead Club wooden bridge. It was extensively re-furbished in 1992.
The pictures were taken on a sunny, clear morning. It was a wonderful day -cool, sunny, gentle breeze. This is technically the off-season on the Outer Banks but it is my favorite time of year there. Cool temperatures around 70F and light breezes from the shore. Usually plenty of sun but without the high temperatures and high humidity AND most importantly - without the crowds. The Outer Banks are mobbed with crowds in the summertime.
The live oak tree and reflection is almost as beautiful as the bridge. Live oak trees are common in the south. They live for 100s of years and are named "live oaks" because they do not drop their leaves in the winter.
I took several (haha many, many) shots. This one shows a little more of the bridge but a little less of the reflections. Such a beautiful place hard to go wrong even for an amatuer photogragher like me 😊 Hope you enjoyed my photos 👍