The light was unbelievable tonight. I took several photos on the bay side of Captiva Island, while cleaning the boat. On my way home the light and sunset were spectacular. I had to stop and take more photos. By the time I reached the south...

The last few days were filled with low morning tides. The light and shells continued to capture my eyes as I walked along the beach. The moon was making his trip around and around. The shadows started to fade, as the tide started to rise. ...

The October light for taking photos has kept my camera busy. I was extremely happy to watch the sunset between Cayo Costa and North Captiva. The green channel markers are from a Marina I traveled out of for over 10 years on Captiva. The light...

You never know what you will find on the beach. Everyday is a new expedition. I have been exploring some remote spots on Cayo Costa Island this month. This week lettered olives shells were found and a unique Florida fighting conch. I about fell over...

Fall is in the air in Southwest Florida. Many species of migrating hawks flew over Cayo Costa early this morning. The winter resident pair of bald eagles arrived today. Mullet fish were cruising the beach in huge schools. Ospreys tormented the bald eagles. White ibis...