Have you seen this little guy on our Sanibel beaches? He's mainly active at night — and is named for his nighttime habits and pale coloring.
As we say on Sanibel, the early bird catches the shells!
One of the best parts of shelling is sharing it with someone else…
This colorful large sea snail is popular to collect. Can you name this lovely shell?
Early morning low tides mean a lot of happy shellers…
Can you name this sea creature sometimes seen on our local beaches? Strange fact: They can liquify their bodies to squeeze through small places. Photo by Paul Brooke.
This is probably what those brochures are talking about when they say "Sanibel's shell covered beaches."
Always a few jewels to be found… Recognize these?
You can't beat a sunset on our beach — unless it's this gorgeous sunset on our lagoon! We were captivated until the colors finally went away.
Chicago is 10 degrees and snowy, Dallas is 28 with sleet expected, Denver's a frigid 7. Sanibel forecast? 82 and sunny. Sigh…