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Hendersonville, TN - United States

Fantastic capture and love the title!! L/F

Prairieville, LA - United States

Congrats on your sale Benanne.

Mebane, NC - United States

Thank you to the person from Burlington, NC that purchased this print and a pack of greeting cards.

Branson, MO - United States

I wonder why it's not exhibited in the *Crystal Bridges art museum in Bentonville? *It's owned by one of the Walmart siblings! ;-) Seriously though it is a great nostalgic shot & I would be pleased to display it.

Burlington, NC - United States

I love this place! I spent every Sunday afternoon here buying drinks and candy from Mr. Coot that owned it. It's still open and I still go there, proudly.

Benanne Stiens replied:

Hi Joanna, I bet you know some of my family members if you grew up near Bayne's Store. My mother was a Miles and my great grandparents had a tobacco farm just down the road on 119. My great uncle also had a tobacco farm on Bayne's Store Road.

Dade City, FL - United States

Congratulations great work..

W. Melbourne, FL - United States

Congrats on your sale! L

Hinton, Ok - United States

Bennanne, this is truly beautiful ! I'm enjoying your work immensely ! Congrats on your sale ! F/L

Mebane, NC - United States

Thank you to the art collector from Southern Pines, North Carolina that purchased this canvas print!

Ozark, Al - United States

Absolutely love this shot. beautifully done f/v

Hayden, ID - United States

Beautifully photographed and your post-processing greatly amplifies the beauty of this image. A definite fave and vote Benanne!! (Love the title too; very clever!)

Benanne Stiens replied:

Thank you for the comment and the f/v!

Selah, WA - United States

Very true

South Lake Tahoe, CA - United States

Nice ! v/f

Boise, ID - United States


Palma, - Spain

Benanne, fantastic photo! F/V!

Fresno, CA - United States

This still exists. It don't in cities, but in small towns on back roads all over central California I see General stores a lot. Ther are a slice of classic Americn heritage.

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