Worth Avenue is an upscale shopping and dining district in Palm Beach, Florida. The Avenue stretches four blocks from Lake Worth to the Atlantic Ocean. Worth Avenue also includes smaller, architecturally significant "vias" off the main avenue - so many unique and beautiful "picture perfect" spots!
Imagine strolling down Worth Avenue in Palm Beach and seeing the ocean in the distance - it's that close. We often start photographing on Worth Avenue and finish on the beautiful white sandy beach for some breathtaking sunset shots.
The island's Lake Trail boasts a gorgeous path that runs along the island’s western side. Full of lush greenery and a wonderful view of the city of West Palm Beach skyline. Follow this path all the way to the famous Henry Morrison Flagler Museum.
Also known as Whitehall, this 75-room Gilded Age mansion is one to be admired! With over 115 years of history this estate is "more wonderful than any palace in Europe, grander and more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world." - New York Herald
Bethesda-by-the-Sea is an Episcopal Church by the Lake Worth Lagoon in Palm Beach. It is the oldest house of worship in Palm Beach.
This large park is right at the mouth of Jupiter Inlet with fantastic views of the Jupiter Lighthouse, lush greenery, and just walking distance to the beach. Also seated on this grand property is a historic home built in 1898 - some refer to it as "the house on the hill." Dubois Park has a variety of background options all within walking distance of each other - perfect for your next portrait session!
Seated right on the intracoastal, Lakeside Park offers large trees along the main trail and hanging sea grapes right on the water.
The House of Refuge is the oldest structure in Martin County. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is also a community icon and true treasure of Florida’s Treasure Coast. Seated right on the Atlantic Ocean, the rocky landscape and crashing waves makes for a spectacular backdrop.