Description Treasure Coast Beach Florida Seascape C6R P1016507 Triptych - (Right Side of Triptych Set) Landscape / Seascape Photography - Beach along the Treasure Coast of Florida. The Treasure Coast is a stretch of shoreline, islands, lagoons, and inlets along Florida's Atlantic Southeast Coast, where tranquil sands, pristine waters, and a rich history awaits travelers. It was originally located on Florida's Atlantic Southeast Coast, comprising Indian River Lagoon, St. Lucie River, and Palm Beach counties, although the modern definition stretches from as far north as St. Augustine down to Miami Beach. In September 1696, a young Quaker merchant of Jamaica named Jonathan Dickinson was shipwrecked near the St. Lucie Inlet along with his family and other passengers and crew members. Dickinson encountered the local Ais Indians, a tribe that lived along the shores of the great lagoon called Rio de Ais by the Spanish, and now called the Indian River. St. Lucie first appeared on the maps of Spanish explorers in the early 16th century as Santa Lucea. And less than 20 years after Dickinson's woes, a Spanish treasure fleet was shipwrecked. It was the first of many galleons carrying gold to wreck, giving the region its name, 'Treasure Coast'. Of Course, many would argue that the real treasure is the spectacular beaches, pristine waters, and amazing views.
Ricardos Creations, Treasure Coast, Florida Member Since December 2009 Artist Statement Contact Me - If you are interested in purchasing an image that you don't see here or you would like a different size or format.
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Many of my works are Decorative, Abstract and Expressive Art Nouveau pieces I create from my original photography.
My Photography is primarily focused on seascapes, landscapes, skyscapes, nature, florals and unique perspectives of interesting subjects.
I also paint in Oils, Acrylics, Watercolors and Sumi-e inspired ink works.
My Zen works are naive minimalistic in style and have been compared to Japanese Woodblock Prints and Sumi-e.