BALD HEAD ISLAND
Click on thumbnail to see full image. Constantly sculpted by wind and surf, Bald Head Island on the North Carolina coast hosts rare and vulnerable habitats. This painterly series captures the beauty and diversity of barrier island ecosystems, from freshwater lagoons and salt marsh estuaries to ocean beaches and maritime forests.
Marjorie’s coffee table book, Struck by Nature: Photographs of Bald Head Island, contains lush images that celebrate Bald Head’s meandering marshes, rolling surf and haunting ibis sanctuary, bringing to life the uniquely beautiful light, rich color and intriguing texture of an ideal barrier island.