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Seabrook Photograph - Beautifully Decrepit by Scott Hansen

Beautifully Decrepit is a photograph by Scott Hansen which was uploaded on July 29th, 2011.

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Excellent capture!

Interesting piece. Nice use of accents...

Unfortunately they have now torn down this old building. Glad I shot it when I did. Thank you all for your kind words.

Lots of character in this one. It looks as though it will eventually become part of the trees. a bit eerie too.

Very nice! I love old buildings and you really did a great job with this one!!

Thanks Debra and Dave! I'll check out the group!

This is cool Scott! We admin a group called Barns Big and Small if you want to join! Celebrate life, Debra and Dave

Allen and Julie, Thank you both very much! :)

Scott, love your work. You are very talented!

Great shot. It is great that you were able to get the shot before it was torn down. The real feel of the "old low country."

Thanks Kathleen! :)

Great find.

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