Sure, no problem. it would be an honor for you to paint this shot. It is one of my favorites and I was born just up the hill from this spot so it means a lot to me. I would like to have a print of your painting when you are finished. I sent the original JPG and another one I took moments later
Thanks, Ken Badgley
Beautiful architecture of
a bygone era, ☆☆☆Like☆☆☆,
Greetings from Avilés, Asturias. España, where born PEDRO MENENDEZ
This is a very nice picture.
Very beautiful tropical seen!!
Makes me want to think of summer instead of the weather we are having in Wisconsin right now.
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Very Nice Picture!!
I lived in Otter Creek until I was 16 (1966). I lived across the road from the old and "new" Smith's store, right behind the Suwannee Store. This building was closed and used only for storage for as long as I can remember. The active store was a white block building to the right as you are looking, of the old store. All the time I lived there, the store as run by Mr. Fred Sanders. Back in those days, he didn't have a cash register, or calculator. He would tear off a piece of brown wrapping paper and write your items on it. Then, he would add up the items...out loud, and write your total down on the paper. Math was my best subject, and I remember adding it up with him in my head, trying to catch him making a mistake in the addition. I never did.
Thanks for the interest in my photo of Fort Shannon Officers Quarters in Palatka. I’d be glad to let you use the photo. Please just credit me KEN BADGLEY. I also have some other shots I took of this very rare surviving Seminole War are structure. I attached some. I hope the file size is not too large to send, if so let me know and I’ll send indiovidually
Thanks for the interest!