Remembering Shelly Island
$19.00 – $32.00
Shelly Island was a sandy island which began forming around April 2017, as a sandbank in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Located off the tip of Cape Point in Buxton, North Carolina, the island was greatly reduced by the passage of Hurricane Maria. At its greatest extent, the crescent-shaped island measured around one mile long and more than 500 ft (150 m) wide. It was nicknamed Shelly Island by locals because of the vast quantities of shells that were found on the shore. By early 2018, the island had disappeared. Be patient, It will return. This Photo was taken in July of 2017.
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These prints have a semi-gloss, luster finish that provides vibrant colors resulting in an eye-catching piece of art. All shots are printed on sturdy 10 mil paper, making them durable and more resistant to curls and tears. The smooth, luster finish also helps to resist fingerprints and smudges. Prints are shipped in kraft tube boxes with plastic end caps to ensure your print is delivered ready to be put in your favorite frame.
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