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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Compliance by Scott Hansen
Sunrise Shipwreck by Scott Hansen
Sunken Treasure by Scott Hansen
Whale Branch - Angel Rays by Scott Hansen
Chisolm Island Marsh Sunset by Scott Hansen
Docked Up by Scott Hansen
Old Sheldon Ruins by Scott Hansen
The Picnic by Scott Hansen
Old Sheldon Church - Angled by Scott Hansen
Bay Street View by Scott Hansen
The Point at Coosaw Plantation by Scott Hansen
Winter Mooring - Beaufort River by Scott Hansen
The Coming Fog by Scott Hansen
Old Rice Pond by Scott Hansen
Decoys by Scott Hansen
Roseate Spoonbill - Feeding by Scott Hansen
Chisolm Island - Marsh at Low Tide by Scott Hansen
Spoonbill Reflection by Scott Hansen
Coosaw - Early Morning Rice Field by Scott Hansen
Snow Sunset -Marsh View by Scott Hansen
Snow Covered Hay Bales by Scott Hansen
Sheep Farm - Snow by Scott Hansen
Mailbox Snow by Scott Hansen
Cow Pen Snow Scene by Scott Hansen
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About Scott Hansen
Beaufort Photographer - Scott C. Hansen is a long time resident of Beaufort, SC, who loves capturing the beauty of the LowCountry.
His photography career started as a Combat Photographer for the United States Marine Corps. His passion for photography remains today. Often times you may see Scott out and about photographing various areas of Beaufort and the surrounding LowCountry.
Scott sees himself more as an artistic photographer. His passion is capturing local scenes, that we pass by every day, and presenting them in a way that is unique and inspiring.
Scott gives credit to his Heavenly Father, and Lord and Savior, for all of his photographic abilities.
Some of his publications include, the Smithsonian Channel and Website, and Lowcountry Living Magazine.
Scott was most recently featured on the Smithsonian Magazine Website for his photo of the Old Sheldon Church.
check out my work in the following galleries:farm art