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  • Tao ZhangApril 7, 2008 - 3:35 pm

    Love the texture! Has that film look.

Preview image from one of the future Fine Art Exhibits on Laura Bruen Photography.

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A preview image from one of the future Fine Art Exhibits on Laura Bruen Photography.

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Since it’s almost Halloween and I was obsessed last week with all of the creepy stuff going on at home – I packed my scouting assistant, Joe, and the two kids in the car last week and drove to the Seabrook-Wilson House (A.K.A.) Spy House Museum. This house is waterfront. Known for being an Inn…

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  • CyndieOctober 29, 2007 - 11:14 am

    Oh! Creepy is cool! Dare I say I had similar experiences when I lived in an old house in upstate NY? (from post below)

    Love the progress, and gorgeous images as always. Keep safe and well!

  • MarieOctober 31, 2007 - 5:42 am

    Love these shots, especially the ones of the beach and the pier! Those clouds just look like they’re grumbling!

  • Luis MoraesDecember 12, 2008 - 11:48 am

    Oi, eu gostaria de dizer que vendo essas fotos da Wilson House, fiquei muito emocionado. Seabrook é lindo.
    Um dia irei em Seabrook e direi a meus amigos que com certeza é a cidade mais bonita do mundo!!!
    Parabéns pela cidade e a linda Casa que vocês tem em Seabrook!

    Ps: “Conheci Seabrook através do filme The Notebook, que passou aqui no Brazil, e me apaixonei pela Wilson House, e a cidade.”

    Seabrook é um sonho!

    Atenciosamente!
    Luis Moraes da Silva Filho

  • Luis MoraesMarch 17, 2009 - 4:02 pm

I’ve lived in my area roughly a year now – I love shooting on location. Allows the creative juices to get flowing, keeps the mind sharp (or intentionally unfocused). Myself and my scouting partner (also my brother in law), Joe, had visited the location of Asbury Park a few months ago and I was immediately…

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  • scott neumyerOctober 24, 2007 - 7:12 am

    These are GREAT! I love Asbury Park. Been to many shows there, and played in the Stone Pony a few times myself back in my band days. And that shot of Tilly is just amazing… Love it!

  • laura bruenOctober 25, 2007 - 2:47 pm

    Yeah Tilly!

    Thanks for stoppin by Scott, always glad to “see” you around.

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