Seascapes are the most beautiful, the most natural, and most vibrant in the world.
But what are they?
How do they work?
In this exclusive interview, I speak with Seascapedia founder and co-founder of the Seascaping Industry Association, Nick Tackett.
I’m not a doctor or a scientist, but I have some pretty good experience with the science of seascapes.
It was around 10 years ago that I started learning about seascaping.
I had never seen a seascaped beach before, and it was just so exciting to see that there was no barrier between us and this magical world.
I was blown away by the natural beauty of it, and the amazing energy that it gave off.
And I also had a very strong curiosity about seashells and their history.
The idea for Seascaped Magazine started as a personal project to try and understand seascapers history and why they have such a unique and special place in our lives.
When I started researching, I realized that it was something that I wanted to do for as long as I could, and that I really liked it.
I’m still very proud of it.
I was inspired by the idea of the ocean, and when I was in my teens I started going to ocean beaches, and I started taking photos of it for schoolwork.
I thought, if I could document it all for my future.
When the idea for the magazine came up, it was definitely something I thought about, because the ocean is such a beautiful place and so peaceful.
Seascapers, in many ways, are just another manifestation of that.
We’re not a living thing.
The ocean is a living, breathing thing, and we have to survive in it.
So, when I first started the magazine, it seemed like a natural extension of that idea.
It’s very personal to me.
I’ve always wanted to document the beauty and history of seas, so I decided to start it myself.
The first issue of Seascaper Magazine is out now, and you can buy the magazine on Amazon here.
I hope that you enjoy it!