Come take a walk with me in St.Augustine, Florida

December 05, 2013  •  4 Comments

The oldest contiguously European populated city in the continental United States makes for an impressive title for the city of St. Augustine. However, what is more impressive is the history that you can actually walk through, see, touch (in most cases), and smell.  I loved traveling to St. Augustine.  It had been on my bucket list for a while and I'm so glad I was able to get there earlier this year.  Here is a recap in photos of the texture and vibe of a true Florida treasure.  Oh and the food…O Maria!! You'll fall in love. 


Castillo De San Marcos- A fresh look at an old treasure.  Still strong! 






The St. Augustine Lighthouse





What's an old town without traditional candy?




Llambias House




Don't know whose house but loved the texture.






​An enchanted courtyardI grew up 10k miles away from this, still reminds me of a magical place somewhere from my youth.



The Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine & the one across the square.




The lions from the Bridge of Lions




Back streets.



Ghosts or not? 



Some great texture of the Coquina Fort


Jeremiah Khokhar Photography
Thank you for your kind comments Whose House, Kathy Thomas, and Sarah Evans. Yes I look forward to heading back soon and doing some more in-depth photo making and yes Sarah individual prints are for sale please contact me with your specific requests and I can make arrangements for you.
Sarah Evans(non-registered)
As you know, I'm already a fan of your work, but I really enjoyed the weight and feel you captured here. I think the lighthouse shots are my favorite, probably because they aren't typical lighthouse shots. You mentioned texture, and that comes through in so many of these compositions. Are you selling individual prints?
Kathy Thomas(non-registered)
You should go down the streets along San Marco on the water side and on St George St. past all the hustle of the historic section. There are some amazing homes there Jeremiah. Also the Nombre De Dios Church on San Marco is quite a sight as well. Have fun and take a ghost tour or two I would love to see what you get pictures of on one of those.
Whose house?(non-registered)
that wooden house belongs to my friend Flynn Beville. He has renovated a couple of houses in the downtown historic district. I'm sure he would love to have the photo
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