Just a few blocks east of Seaside, you’ll find yourself in Seagrove Beach. This stretch of beach neighborhood dates back to the last 1940’s when Cube McGhee purchased land and started building a small community. The landmark Seagrove Village Market was the first restaurant serving the area and over the past 70 years, Seagrove has grown, but is still somehow never crowded. When my grandparents purchased land in Seagrove during the early 1980’s, it was just coming into it’s own, with Seaside quickly growing right next door. Today, there are dozens of popular restaurants, just a few small local shops, and miles of quiet, immaculate beaches. I highly recommend checking out the Eastern Lake outfall while you’re there. The dune lake system is very unique and worth doing some research on!
The Gutierrez family chose Seagrove for their family vacation this past Summer. This trip included their newest little member who was thrilled to play in the sand and warm water. They were graced with a really beautiful sunset that evening and I’m very happy that I was there to capture it with them. Sessions that include three generations are always so much fun… Grandparents have a unique relationship with their grandchildren and it’s really special to be able to give them a permanent reminder of these memories!
If you’re looking for a Seagrove Beach photographer, we would love to speak with you about a custom session for your family. Start thinking about how you would like to display the images in your home and let us know how you envision it in your space! Our sessions include custom wall gallery and album design tailored to fit your vision.