This morning, Sarah and I walked from (Sanibel) Beach Access 7, to Bowman’s Beach. As stated in previous posts, this walk is one of our favorites, and today’s was the nicest YET. The temperature and breeze were a perfect compliment to the clarity and color of the water. The shell piles were plentiful […]
Looking a little mean out there this evening!
Behind the house there is an area that is very low, and contains tidal water movement from Pine Island Sound. At the edge of this area (nearest my home) live the fiddler crabs seen in the video below. Now . . . quite often, I travel “out back” and even when I really sneak . […]
Kim, we still can’t thank you enough!!! The following interview was written by Kim Groll Scornavacco . . . a Sanibel/Captiva visitor, (very) talented writer, and SANCAPSTAR! Please click the link below to view her blog about our story in this world! http://snugharborbay.blogspot.com/2013/08/sanibel-captiva-handbook-author-jb.html Thank you so much for viewing!!! The Reynolds
Still looking like the Dunube river near the lighthouse. Head west for saltwater, east for river water.
Yesterday, Sarah and I came upon a herd of fighting conchs who were “adjusting” to a super-low tide. I was able to get this video with my phone. These guys travel together, are herbivores, have a trunk like a elephant and eyes – COOL! They are called fighting conchs due to the fact that if […]
If you happen to be in the mood for a nice walk (nothing crazy) try out Pond Apple Trail. As seen in our video, the entrance is at the far corner of the parking lot for the Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber is located at the second driveway on the right when you reach the […]
We worked all day on our 1st commercial, and while I wish we had completed it in a few hours . . . well, that’s just wishful thinking. Post production takes (what seems like) forever . . . so . . . until the ad is completed, Sarah and I thought these outtakes were […]
Today I revisited “Punky” (the fearless lizard from yesterday’s post). She arrived at the same tree, around the same time, and watched me – watch her. I attempted to feed her a mosquito I caught (have video of that for another post), which she denied. Ok, maybe she wasn’t hungry . . . I tried. […]
I took my camera into the backyard this afternoon in the hopes of filming the fiddler crabs “waving” routine (my home boarders federal refuge land). While setting up my shot, I became sidetracked by a female brown anole (a common lizard) who was just hilarious. This led me to the discovery of two land snails […]