Scott Garlock Photography
"Scott has an amazing intuition to capture the essence of each structure. His photography ignites a spark .... a recollection of days long ago
and urges us to preserve and protect our past before these structures return to the earth."
Michael Ausbon Decorative Art Associate Curator at the North Carolina Museum of History
Recent PostsVerses with a View "Hidden Stories of Abandoned Places" -North Carolina Museum of History Sept.4th 2015 Steak & Pies Opening Day - Rural Revival -Photographs of Home and Preservation of Place 1849 - - - Millbrook Home For The Holidays "Christmas at Hebron" Rural Revival: Photographs of Home and Preservation of Place "2015 Whispers From The Past" Photo Book Contest Drawing Winner Vanquished & Vanishing
One Year Anniversary of Scott Garlock Photography
Good evening everyone!
Tomorrow is a special day for me, November 20th, 2014 will be the one year anniversary of Scott Garlock Photography on Facebook. It's hard to believe it already been a year. I've met so many new friends that like me are hopeless romantics when it comes to old homesteads. I wasn't sure how my work would be received, however, I felt if I got a handful of likes than it would be all good.
Well, thanks to the support of each and everyone of you, I've gotten more than just a handful of likes, but more importantly I can sit down everyday and communicate with the nicest group of folks a person could ever hope to meet. As a way of saying thank you, I would like to give a little back.
Starting tonight and running through midnight tomorrow (11/20/14) folks can enter into a drawing for a free signed 11 x 14 print of their favorite photograph selected from my web site galleries. All that you have to do is go to my Scott Garlock Photography Facebook page and enter into a tonight's post your name and the title of your favorite photograph. I will then have my six year old son choose a number between one and the number of comments recieved. I will announce the winner Friday afternoon (11/21/14 ) good luck and thank for your support! ~
Scott,,mine is,,Uncle Sam's House..Love the lay out of the house and the story behind it by,Mrs.Kitty C.Pidhany.Thank-you for all your photos...
WOW .Love them all . so hard to choose. But something about the an old home place with remains of tattered curtains & a rusty car parked for the last time .................White Walled & White Washed
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