Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Sanibel Below Bright Blue

First things first:  The little treasure I picked out of that area of shells yesterday, was the big bubble.  Most of you saw it.  As for all the others you saw in that particular photo, I either didn't take them for some reason or just plain didn't see them. :)  I may have to quit asking! LOL

Today the temperature ranged from 74 to 87 with 79% humidity and this island was covered by a bright blue sky. It was a nice evening for the beach. We went to resident access 5 on West Gulf Drive. There were shells to look through again, but I only picked out a few. I know there were plenty of shells of value if the time was taken to look further, and if more time was spent on the beach. There was really no one around, except for an umbrella up the beach a little way, so there may have been someone behind it, but that was all. It was breezy and cool enough to be very comfortable. The temperature is heading in the right direction, for me. :)

























A Florida prickly cockle, Keyhole limpet,
and an Eastern auger


That's me in my Sanibel squat position. :)




3 comments:

Don said...

Tootie, I have quit coming to your blog. I see picture after picture of beautiful Sanibel, and I am stuck in Indiana with no idea when I will be able to visit again. I can't stand it. :-)

I have found that as I get older, the Sanibel Squat is much more comfortable that the Sanibel Stoop.

ChrisC said...

Love,love,love the second photo!!
Perfect composition.Kudos!

Little Black Scrap Cat said...

Happy to hear the temps are coming down. Daughter is happy since she spent the last few days watching the pool fill at PS.