I got the itch to photograph a waterfall recently.  So I opened up my trusty regional waterfall map and tried to decide which of the 300+ waterfalls I should choose.  Some of course are a great distance away and some are ranked low on the scale of beauty factor so I selected one fairly close […]

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  • Kristen Ryan - These are absolutely stunning, Kathy! And it sounds like a fantastic adventure too!ReplyCancel

  • Amy - What a beautiful and inviting little spot. I’d have a hard time leaving! I also crown you waterfall queen… these images are stunning!ReplyCancel

I believe in the ocean
 curing all bad moods. I believe in the waves
 wiping away worries. I believe in seashells 
bringing good luck. I believe in toes in the sand
 grounding my soul. – Happsters I realize in this world there are people that have never seen the ocean.  That makes me sad for them.  […]

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  • Serenity Project - August 2017 - Iris Nelson Photography - […] the circle to see what my wonderful and talented photography friend Kathy Roberts, of Kathleen Roberts Photography. Kathy lives in the beautiful area of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. I always […]ReplyCancel

  • Wendy - Such beautiful imagery. The colours and delicate tones are stunning and soothing to view.ReplyCancel

  • Eileen - I absolutely love these pastel tones, Kathy! I can’t wait to try some camera movement and slow shutter speeds the next time I’m lucky enough to find myself at the beach. Absolutely beautiful images!ReplyCancel

    • Kathleen Roberts - Thanks Eileen! It was really fun trying slow shutter speed/camera movement. Something different, you know?ReplyCancel

  • Jessica Nelson - Gosh these are all so amazingly gorgeous. Man do I miss the beach. I love the pastel tones and the texture of the waves.ReplyCancel

  • Iris - What amazing images of the ocean, Kathy. I love the ocean and I miss it very much. Salt water still runs through my veins, even after 26 years in the desert.

    I love especially the ones with the long shutter speed. Very cool.ReplyCancel

  • Nadeen - Could these be anymore peaceful? No! Such gorgeous work!ReplyCancel

  • Mabel - !!! Your words and images really capture the feeling. You know I’m partial to abstract and these move me!ReplyCancel

The last full day at the Outer Banks was cloudy and rainy.  (See our other days adventures in part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4)  There were a few breaks in the rain and occasionally I would venture outside to smell the ocean air or listen to the waves crashing. Towards late evening […]

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