I’m late getting to this blog, but last Sunday was TOO beautiful a day to pass up making it a family beach day. So, I loaded up the kids, and all of our various accouterments and we headed to Johnson’s Beach on Perdido Key just outside of Pensacola, FL. Johnson’s Beach is part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore (part of the National Park Service) which encompasses parks stretching from the east side of Fort Walton Beach, FL all the way to Gulfport, MS. Not only is Johnson's Beach my FAVORITE place for Family Portrait Sessions in the greater Pensacola area, our family loves Johnson’s Beach because it doesn’t get as crowded as Pensacola Beach, it’s only a 15 minute drive from our house, and we have the option of lounging on the intracoastal side (calm, shallow water) or the gulf side (less predictable)! Those of you with young children know that calm water is always important!
The gulf was pretty churned this day, so we opted for the calm shallows of the intracoastal waterway. The water was perfect - warm and super clear!
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