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Rosemary Beach Photographer
Rosemary Beach Florida
Rosemary Beach is located on the Gulf of Mexico in southeastern Walton County. U.S. Route 98 and County Road 30A are the main roads that run through the community. Via US-98, Panama City Beach is 16 mi (26 km) southeast, and Miramar Beach is 24 mi (39 km) northwest. County Road 30A parallels the coast westward, leading northwest 8 mi (13 km) to Seaside. Rosemary Beach is developed on land originally part of the older Inlet Beach neighborhood. The town was founded in 1995 by Patrick D. Bienvenue, President of Leucadia Financial Corporation, and was designed by Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company. The town is approximately 105 acres (0.42 km2) and, upon completion, included more than 400 home sites and a mixed-use town center with shops, restaurants, and activities.
Rosemary Beach, designed in 1995, offers shops, restaurants, a hotel, and public green spaces. The design of the town reflects New Orleans’ French Quarter and European Colonial influences in the West Indies and Caribbean. Sustainable materials, natural color palettes, high ceilings for better air circulation, balconies, and easy access to the beach by foot are typical design features.
Seaside,FL is an unincorporated master-planned community on the Florida panhandle in Walton County, between Panama City Beach and Destin. Seaside is located along County Road 30A immediately adjacent to the Gulf of Mexico. Via County Road 30A, Rosemary Beach is 8 mi (13 km) to the southeast, and Miramar Beach is 16 mi (26 km) to the northwest (via County Road 30A to US 98).
One of the first communities in America designed on the principles of New Urbanism, the town has become the topic of slide lectures in architectural schools and in housing-industry magazines, and is visited by design professionals from all over the United States. The town rose to global fame as being the main filming location of the movie The Truman Show. On April 18, 2012, the American Institute of Architects’s Florida Chapter placed the community on its list of Florida Architecture: 100 Years. 100 Places as the Seaside – New Urbanism Township.
Watercolor, Seaside, FL, Florida
WaterColor is an unincorporated master-planned community located in Seagrove Beach on the Northwest Gulf Coast of Florida, United States near Destin. This 499-acre (2.02 km2) Southern resort and residential community was planned by Cooper, Robertson & Partners with Urban Design Associates, under the direction of The St. Joe Company. The St. Joe Company has owned the land since 1927. WaterColor is located in Walton County.
The WaterColor Inn is a 60-room beachfront resort designed by David Rockwell. In 2006 it was rated the #1 Family Friendly Resort in North America by Travel + Leisure magazine. It is the only four diamond hotel in Northwest Florida. The Inn and Vacation Rentals are managed by Troon Golf and St. Joe Clubs and Resorts as of January 2014.
Grayton Beach Photographer
Grayton Beach, FL, Florida
Grayton Beach is a small, historic beach village on the Florida Panhandle Gulf coast halfway between Destin and Panama City in Walton County and adjacent to Grayton Beach State Park. Collectively, the area is known as the “Beaches of South Walton,” with South Walton referring to the southern portion of Walton County below the Choctawhatchee Bay.
Santa Rosa Beach Photographer
Santa Rosa Beach, FL, Florida
Santa Rosa Beach, FL is located at 30.3960324°, -86.2288322” on the north of U.S. Route 98 on the shores of Hogtown Bayou of the Choctawhatchee Bay, in Walton County, Florida, United States. It belongs to the Fort Walton Beach-Crestview-Destin, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. In fact, it was originally known as Hogtown until the later part of the 18th Century.
Although unincorporated, the area is assigned a specific ZIP code, 32459, which also includes the communities of Point Washington to the East and a 15-mile stretch of the Emerald Coast from the east side of Miramar Beach to the west side of Seagrove Beach and the beach communities along 30A, including Grayton Beach and Seaside.
Overall, this zip code covers a land area of 65 square miles (plus 0.82 square miles of water area) for a population of 11,457 (4,831 households) according to the 2010 census.
Destin, FL, Florida
Destin is a city located in Okaloosa County, Florida. It is a principal city of the Crestview–Fort Walton Beach–Destin, Florida, metropolitan area. Located on Florida’s Emerald Coast, Destin is known for its white beaches and emerald green waters. The city is located on a peninsula separating the Gulf of Mexico from Choctawhatchee Bay. The peninsula was originally a barrier island. Hurricanes and sea level changes gradually connected it to the mainland. In the 1940s, it technically became an island again with the completion of the Choctawhatchee-West Bay Canal.
The sand on Destin’s beaches is some of the whitest in the world. The sand comes from the Appalachian Mountains, and is made of finely ground quartz crystal giving the appearance of sugar. Residue flows down the Apalachicola River and is deposited into the Gulf of Mexico. Because of the currents the sand drifts west along the Gulf Coast and settles from east of Panama City to the Alabama coast.