Thrasher Warehouse Circa 1890

© Paula Showen

Thrasher Warehouse Circa 1890

Thomas L Willis level-deluxe November 03, 2016

Nicely framed with the Spanish moss. The wet look is appealing. Well done, Paula. #1672724

Paula Showen November 09, 2016

Thank you Thomas! #11536171

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The warehouse was served by a branch of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad until the 1950's. The Coca-Cola sign was painted in 1930 by Mr. Burke of Jacksonville Florida, who painted many Coke ads on buildings and barns. The building is now a historic building and museum.

This is an HDR compilation. The photos were taken at 4:35pm under overcast skies, not long after raining. I used aperture priority and no flash.

Uploaded on November 02, 2016
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