Object of Devotion
Cape Hatteras Fishing Pier, or "Frisco Pier," was built in 1962 and was a beloved local landmark on Hatteras Island until it fell into disrepair. Though many now find the decrepit pier to be an eyesore, I'm absolutely in love with its broken, ever-changing beauty. Legs will break off and wash up on shore after severe storms. For me, it represents the exquisite impermanence of life, of barrier islands, and all we hold dear.
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