The coastal plain of North Carolina is an ancient seabed risen barely above sea level. It is a mysterious place where land becomes water and water becomes land.
Sidney Creek Photos: On the edge of Chocowinity Bay, Sidney Creek is bounded by a perimeter of less than 3 miles containing 3/10 of a square mile of surface area, and yet it feels infinite.
Whichard’s Beach Photos: A narrow sliver of land, Whichard’s Beach, North Carolina is a peninsula separating Chocowinity Bay from the Pamlico River. It’s largely a wetland made of saw grass and bald cypress trees.