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George Randy Bass
Freelance Photographer, Google Street View | Trusted Photographer, nature and bicycling enthusiast.
Freelance Photographer, Google Street View | Trusted Photographer, nature and bicycling enthusiast.
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Great Blue Heron at Dinner. Neuse River Greenway
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More from Assateague Island National Seashore.

See more at: http://georgerandybass.com/assateagueisland

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1/11/17
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Taken in 18 degree weather at Assateague Island National Seashore
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Great Blue Heron on the Neuse River
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Great Blue Heron
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Neuse River Heron


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Assateague Island is a beautiful Barrier Island which lies to the east of Chincoteague Island. Assateague Island is approximately 38 miles long. The entire Island is a wildlife sanctuary, protected from development. The Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge (CNWR) is located at the southern end of Assateague Island. A short bridge connects Chincoteague Island to Assateague Island. Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge includes more than 14,000 acres of beach, maritime forest, saltmarsh, and freshwater marsh. The Refuge is home to a remarkable variety of migratory birds, plants, and other animals.

The images below were taken on December 16, 2016. Despite the 18-degree temperature the wildlife was extremely active.


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12/20/16
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Great Blue Heron on the Neuse River
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Great Blue Heron on the Neuse River, Raleigh, NC
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My favorite attraction for over 40 years at the NC State Fair. The Village of yesterday!

Some of the best crafts and folk art in NC are on exhibit in the Holshouser building within the fairgrounds each year.

The Village of Yesterday was founded in 1951. A "working artists" village that features traditional heritage hand crafts. Demonstrations are performed using skills that, for many, have been passed down for generations.

The craftspeople create an exciting learning experience for the young and old. They wear period costumes and continuously talk about and demonstrate their craft.

Below are a few images of working hands and faces.

See more at: http://georgerandybass.com/galleries/working-hands-at-the-village-of-yesterday-nc-state-fair 
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10/19/16
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