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ocracoke is alive with fall foliage

The Ocracoke Current’s Crystal Cantebury took her camera  on a fall journey across Ocracoke Island and the results are a story highlighting the beauty of the Outer Banks in Fall.

Gerardia in bloom. Photo Crystal Canterbury

Gerardia in bloom. Photo Crystal Canterbury

“Ocracoke’s fall foliage rivals that seen in Blue Ridge Mountains!

There’s no need to visit the Blue Ridge Mountains or Appalachia to see fall foliage or fauna producing brilliant, bright colors this year. No sir-ee! ‘Cause we’ve got plenty of color and scenic views right here on Ocracoke Island! Sure…we don’t have any rolling hills or overlooks where you can see miles upon miles of endless mountain tops, but we do have maritime forests and salt marshes, and they are full of color!”

 

The colors that paint the Outer Banks in the fall rival the mountains of the state. Check out the local color in the Ocracoke Current.

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