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Historic Photograph - High Tide At Pawleys Island Church by Kathy Baccari

High Tide At Pawleys Island Church is a photograph by Kathy Baccari which was uploaded on October 24th, 2013.

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Beautiful work!! My pick of the day!! f/l

This is an awesome shot, Kathy!

Kathy Baccari replied:

Many thanks to your Pharris for your kind comment. I appreciate it so much. :)

Thank you so much to Rock The Sales for featuring my work. It is such an honor. :)

Thank you so much to Your Best Work group for featuring my image. It is such a wonderful honor. :)

That is amazing Kathy! The water is right under the church now, wonder what happens when a hurricane comes?...f/v

Kathy Baccari replied:

Thank you so much for the great feedback and support Donna. Always very much appreciated. The flooding isn't from a hurricane or storm though. The flooding occures several times a month around the times of the full moon at high tide, twice a day. It was used for services until a couple months ago. I'm sure the flooring has become too dangerous at this point. I do hope they will repair it and not take it down. :)