At slightly over a mile long and standing at 82 feet high at maximum elevation, the Washington Baum Bridge spans the Roanoke Sound, connecting Roanoke Island to Nags Head on the Outer Banks via Highway 64. In addition to providing vital highway access to the Outer Banks, the western terminus of the bridge also features a boat ramp and pedestrian fishing area.
These images are a part of my series Upon Sand, a photographic exploration of the environmental and political tensions found on North Carolina’s coast. Each panorama is comprised of multiple Nikon D800e vertical frames stitched together. Click to enlarge!