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Myrtle Beach Pavilion Park Monotone
Mixed Media - Digital Photography
This monotone photo of Myrtle Beach Pavilion Park was taken while on a photography assignment in South Carolina in 2006 during the farewell season for the Pavilion.The monotone fine art photo shown here is available in different sizes and available as framed prints, canvas, wood and variety of photo paper types. The iconic Myrtle Beach Pavilion was an amusement park located on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk in South Carolina that first opened in 1948. It had a colorful Ferris wheel and other exciting rides to enjoy, along with arcades, a theater, and plenty of food. But one thing you may not know about the Myrtle Beach Pavilion is that it made for the perfect photo op!Whether you’re looking to capture shots of the Ferris wheel or the whole boardwalk, there’s something special about a Myrtle Beach Pavilion photograph.I hope you enjoyed viewing this b & w fine art photo of Myrtle Beach Pavilion Park and will consider it for your next wall art piece.
June 28th, 2016
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Henk Meijer Photography
Very nice work, Bob
Congratulations on your sale!
Bob Pardue replied:
Thank you Renny!
A big Thank You to my customer from Murrells Inlet SC!
Thanks so much for my customer from Gaffney South Carolina. I'm sure they feel as I do about the long-lost pavilion at Myrtle Beach.
Thanks to all for your support!
Michael Frank Jr
Congrats on your sale!!! :)
Congrats on your recent sale!!
Congrats on your sale!
Congratulations on your recent sale!!
Thank you for your kind words
Love this!!!! L/F
Congratulations on your recent sale! L/F
Thank you Marian!
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