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Hurricane Katrina passes by Sanibel Island, FL: ART CENTRIC Photography, 3D Art, Technology plus Diverse Art Centric Inspirations

Hurricane Katrina passes by Sanibel Island, FL: ART CENTRIC Photography, 3D Art, Technology plus Diverse Art Centric Inspirations

Captiva Island has a rich history. Originally part of neighboring Sanibel Island, the two islands were separated in a 1926 hurricane. The storm surge created Blind Pass, a new channel between the islands. With its several resorts and vacation homes, Captiva Island has become a playground for all. #CaptivaIsland #SanibelIsland

Captiva Island and the Tween Waters Inn

Captiva Island has a rich history. Originally part of neighboring Sanibel Island, the two islands were separated in a 1926 hurricane. The storm surge created Blind Pass, a new channel between the islands. With its several resorts and vacation homes, Captiva Island has become a playground for all. #CaptivaIsland #SanibelIsland

Sunset on Sanibel & Captiva Island, Florida, USA - www.sanibel-captiva.org

Sunset on Sanibel & Captiva Island, Florida, USA - www.sanibel-captiva.org

Blind Pass, dramatic sky with impending storm  #sanibelstar #blindpass #captiva

Blind Pass, dramatic sky with impending storm #sanibelstar #blindpass #captiva

Australian Pines are not native to SW Florida and the Hurricane Charley blew them over because of the shallow root system.

Australian Pines are not native to SW Florida and the Hurricane Charley blew them over because of the shallow root system.

On August 13, 2004, Sanibel Island was hit hard by Hurricane Charley, a category four hurricane with 143 mph (230 km/h) winds.[28] It was the strongest to hit Southwest Florida since Hurricane Donna in September 1960.  Shown is the main street on Sanibel Periwinkle way which had a tunnel made of Australian Pines that you got to drive and and that whistled in the wind.

On August 13, 2004, Sanibel Island was hit hard by Hurricane Charley, a category four hurricane with 143 mph (230 km/h) winds.[28] It was the strongest to hit Southwest Florida since Hurricane Donna in September 1960. Shown is the main street on Sanibel Periwinkle way which had a tunnel made of Australian Pines that you got to drive and and that whistled in the wind.

Storm clouds rolling in, Sanibel Island. From Top 5 Things to do in Sanibel Island, Florida

Top 5 Things to do in Sanibel Island, Florida

Storm clouds rolling in, Sanibel Island. From Top 5 Things to do in Sanibel Island, Florida

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