Photo of the Week

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  • Storms Spawn Twisters

    Severe weather produced water spouts and a tornado Monday morning on the Outer Banks, as shown in this photo made near Jockey’s Ridge State Park in Nags Head. Photo: Jennifer Miller

  • ‘Sunset Paddle’

    A young man maneuvers his stand-up paddle board in the waters of Pamlico Sound at Ocracoke Island. Photo: Dave DeWitt

  • ‘The Flower Moon’

    The May full moon, called the Flower Moon, rises over the Bogue Inlet pier on Emerald Isle. Photo: Sam Bland

  • ‘Awash In Color’

    The late-afternoon sunlight casts rich hues over the dunes at Bogue Inlet in Emerald Isle. Photo: Sam Bland

  • ‘Swan Song’

    Thousands of wintering tundra swans take to Pungo Lake in the Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, as seen from the perspective of the easternmost observation platform. Photo: Doug Waters

  • ‘Not So Summer Hummer’

    Doug Waters of Morehead City recently captured this image of a hummingbird. Waters noted that hummingbirds remain in the coastal area despite the chill, so don’t put away the feeders just yet.

  • Crystal Coast Stargazing

    Fred Angeli, of the Crystal Coast Stargazers, sets up a telescope for attendees of a stargazing event at Fort Macon State Park. Photo: Doug Waters