Peaches Corner, a "diner" with a long-time history in Myrtle Beach, SC, serves seafood, footlongs, beer and fast food tourist fare. Most visitors to Myrtle Beach have cruised by Peaches Corner on Ocean Boulevard, near where the former "Pavillon" stood since 1948.
The Pavillon was ground zero for rides and fun for young people and their parents, many of whom grew up traveling to Myrtle Beach with their own parents. The Pavillon was closed in September of 2006 to make way for upscale development. Peaches Corner endures in its absence!
October 23-28, 2014... One photo, "Season of Fragile Moments" is included in the Fall Exhibition of The Waccamaw Arts & Crafts Guild in Myrtle Beach, SC. The Seacoast Artists Gallery at Market Common in Myrtle Beach is the venue for this show. This artwork is a compilation of three photos of Great White Egrets taken at a local rookery in May, 2014.
October 4-19, 2014... Two photos, "A Blush of Purple" and "Eye of the Beholder" were displayed in the 11th Annual Seacoast Artists Guild's Fall Show at their gallery in The Market Common in Myrtle Beach, SC. I was honored when "A Blush of Purple" won an Honorable Mention in the photography category!
May 1-22, 2014... Two photos, "Winter's Dunes" and "Lazy Day at...
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