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Margo Millure
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Myrtle Beach photographer of people, places and things, offering contemporary glamour portraits, family, high school senior and personal branding photography in Myrtle Beach and Wilmington.
Myrtle Beach photographer of people, places and things, offering contemporary glamour portraits, family, high school senior and personal branding photography in Myrtle Beach and Wilmington.

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Been shooting up a storm and am booked for the next few weeks! Loving every minute. This beauty was from a shoot earlier this week at a private home here in Myrtle Beach.
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Travel, Children and Light Chasing

On the last afternoon of my husband’s and my vacation to San Francisco and Napa, we found ourselves chasing sunlight across the Napa Valley. The shadow line raced across the valley from West to East and out of some instinct, we chose to follow it. In this…

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Finding Christmas in Charleston

Last week my husband Dave and I were in Charleston for two assignments. One of them involved writing about things to do in Charleston during the holidays. When we got home, we agreed that one of our favorite “Christmasy” things in town was the Christmas…

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Dave and I went to Charleston’s city hall this afternoon after our tour guide told us to go back and check out the portrait of George Washington that hangs in council chambers.The city rejected the portrait artist’s (John Trumbull’s) original version…

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Finally got to meet sweetgrass basket maker, Vera Manigault this weekend. http://www.margomillure.com/gullah-color-and-sweetgrass-basket-making/  

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Traveling with new young adults has its challenges. Here's why Montreal was a great place to take my new 18 year old.

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On a rainy Friday afternoon not long ago, my girlfriend and I took the short drive up 501 from Myrtle Beach to Harry the Potter, a “paint your own pottery studio” in a spacious business suite right off the highway. Inside, we were greeted by Rose Clark, a…

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Myrtle Beach State Park has been a favorite spot for both locals and visitors since it opened in 1935.  It is located on 350 acres of oceanfront maritime forest that was donated by Myrtle Beach Farms Company. This linen postcard depicts its Pavilion and…

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While most of us around Myrtle Beach were busy focusing on the ugly aftermath of Atlantic Beach Bike Fest, another potentially brighter item regarding the city’s future was discussed among city officials yesterday: the future of the Grande Dunes…
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