A small otter trawler in a low rent neighborhood of Beaufort Harbor, North Carolina.
Subdued morning light beneath the Highway 17 Bridge, Pamlico River, NC. In the distance, sailboats at anchor, Castle Island, and the Moss Landing Marina.
Pilings lashed together are called dolphins. Dolphins riddled with rot and bent by the current like this one in the Pamlico River opposite Washington, NC are simply called debris.
The bridge over the Pamlico River is concrete and stolid but in the early morning light it becomes briefly mysterious.
Sailboats docked at Havens Wharf, Washington, NC.
A hard-worn purse seiner lies at a decaying dock in Bayboro, waiting for refit. The boat has been stripped of gear and her paint is in patches.