Christmas Eve on Captiva Island with a beautiful family. I feel so blessed to have witnessed the way this family loves each other. I love doing what I do. As a photographer I get the pleasure to meet people from all over the place. Especially when I am in SWFL.
SWFL is a vacation spot, this family is from Iowa. I am allowed just a tiny bit, into their personal world. And, it is wonderful. To say I love my job is an understatement.
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Captiva Island is most accurately known for its surplus of beautiful shells, crystal clear water and its colorful sunsets. But what do you do if it is your first Captiva sunset? Not to worry, I have set up the ultimate sunset checklist so you won’t forget a thing! First things first, the best way to enjoy watching the sun go down is by making yourself completely comfortable. Be sure to grab a couple of lightweight beach chairs and a few blankets or towels to set yourself right up on the beach perfectly. Next, you will want to make sure you bring a light snack and possibly something to sip to make the mood just right. A pair on sunglasses are necessary for right before the sun goes down, and of course a camera to capture all the beautiful moments with your favorite people!