by: Jean Pardue
While riding around after spending some relaxing time at Myrtle Beach, Bob & I stopped by Pawleys Island South Carolina to shoot some stock photos.
The first thing that caught Bob’s eye when we arrived at Pawleys Island was The Hammock Shop. So, without hesitation, he set up the tripod and shot this stock photo & added it to our collection.
Caption; Rights Managed Editorial Stock Photo of The Hammock Shop Building at Pawleys Island South Carolina USA.
I hope you enjoy this stock photo of the Hammock Shop at Pawleys Island SC. You can click on the image for an enlarged version and editorial license information…
For Editorial Use – Stock Photo of Hammock Shop, Pawleys Island South Carolina USA
This stock image works great for editorials, such as…
- Distance learning websites
- School & college textbooks
- Online illustrations
- Travel websites
- & other uses.
A Little Info About Pawleys Island South Carolina
“Pawleys Island is a town in Georgetown County, South Carolina, United States, and the Atlantic coast barrier island on which the town is located. Pawleys Island’s population was 103 at the 2010 census, down from 138 in 2000.
The post office address also includes an unincorporated area on the mainland adjacent to the island, which includes a commercial district along the Ocean Highway (US Route 17) and a residential area between the highway and the Waccamaw River.
The island is on the southern end of The Grand Strand and is one of the oldest resort areas of the US East Coast. The town of Pawleys Island, though, is only on the island.
The island lies off the Waccamaw Neck, a long, narrow peninsula between the ocean and the river, and is connected to the mainland by two bridges, the North Causeway and the South Causeway.” – (Source = Wikipedia)
How to License Pawleys Island Hammock Shop Stock Photo
I hope you’ll get good use from my Hammock Shop at Pawleys Island stock photo. If you have photo assignment ideas or special photo needs, just contact us & maybe we can help.
Thank you again for visiting and I hope you enjoy the image and story. Please comment below with any thoughts, suggestions or travel stock photo ideas. – Jean & Bob Pardue
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