The wreckage of fishing boats line the wharves in Engelhard Harbor. Some are still afloat, some awash.
A bent and twisted crab pot discarded on the dock at Engelhard.
Nets hung to dry in the rigging of the Master Joseph of Rayboro, North Carolina.
A dinghy lies abandoned beyond the bulkhead like a soldier trapped beyond the walls when the storm came.
Old purse seiners rafted to the commercial wharf at Swan Quarter, North Carolina like the bones of old soldiers.
Fishing vessels lay rafted alongside the wharf at Swan Quarter, North Carolina. Like a moth-balled fleet, they are slowly weathering away.