A heavy fog rolls in off the Atlantic ocean obscuring the horizon and setting sun. The end of the fishing pier nearly disappears into the mist. Views like this are slowly and surely disappearing from our coasts. They're being replaced by extravagant homes. Beach property that was once accessible by all is slowly become private and off-limits. This beach would be covered with people in "season," during the winter it is nearly empty.
This is the Bogue Inlet Pier, located in Emerald Isle, North Carolina. Most of the year the facility is open for fishing and would be covered with people wetting their lines. For a short period each year the pier is closed to the public. This is one of two commercial fishing piers located along the Crystal Coast.
February 25th, 2022
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