Long-time Myrtle Beach photographer Jack Thompson looks out a window at 503 Ninth Ave. N., across Nance Plaza at the old Pavilion site, reflected in the glass, where he once had a studio. All of Thompson’s studios have been within a short distance of this location, “I just can’t get away from this corner,” he said.
Long-time Myrtle Beach photographer Jack Thompson looks out a window at 503 Ninth Ave. N., across Nance Plaza at the old Pavilion site, reflected in the glass, where he once had a studio. All of Thompson’s studios have been within a short distance of this location, “I just can’t get away from this corner,” he said. By Charles Slate The Sun News file
Long-time Myrtle Beach photographer Jack Thompson looks out a window at 503 Ninth Ave. N., across Nance Plaza at the old Pavilion site, reflected in the glass, where he once had a studio. All of Thompson’s studios have been within a short distance of this location, “I just can’t get away from this corner,” he said. By Charles Slate The Sun News file

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