Bald Head Island Marsh: After the Storm

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Bald Head Island Marsh: After the Storm
46 in
32 in
(117 cm x 81 cm)
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The salt marsh on Bald Head Island, one of North Carolina’s southernmost barrier islands, is vital to its ecosystem, acting as a filter to keep waters clean, nurturing many sea creatures, and providing food for coastal mammals and birds. Based on an aerial photo taken after Hurricane Florence by Steve Montgomery/Greater Charlotte Properties; used with permission.
Cotton fabric, cotton threads, cotton batting, ink.
Raw-edge appliqué, free-motion machine quilted.

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