I know these areas on Hutchinson Island very well but have never seen them photographed like this. Nice work
Beautiful photo! Like 27. I would appreciate if you would add to the group Colours!
Thank you! Greetings from Hungary, László
I also located several cannons up in Vero Beach back in 1977. We never found anything around the cannons. We researched the subject and found out that when ships were really in trouble,such as in a violent hurricane they would dump their cannons to save the ship. However when we looked away from the cannons, like about 1/4 mile up the beach we found some Spanish Treasure and started our Treasure hunting careers.
perfect timing, in consideration to the wave..
I'm glad to see somebody is paying attention.
The marker must of moved before I set the position
Looking south towards Sailfish Point.
This is the exposed reef at low tide
This is what the reef looked like before Hurricane Francis covered it with sand
Spanish Gold and Silver has been salvaged from this site from the 1960s to the present day
Taken with Nikon F2