Centennial Park

Perspectives on the Caloosahatchee River

© Copyright 2008 Tink *~*~* http://MyMobileAdventures.blogspot.com Wordless Wednesday, July 23rd 2008 Perspectives on the Caloosahatchee River Centennial Park, Fort Myers, Florida February 2008 Looking toward the north shore – Looking toward the south shore… Technorati Tags: Florida, Fort Myers More…

My First Skywatch Friday!

© Copyright 2008 Tink *~*~*http://MyMobileAdventures.blogspot.com It’s my very first Skywatch Friday! I’ll start with a photo I took while prowling my city one afternoon in an effort to keep my mind off smoking (it’s been 5 months, by the way…

Eat At Joe’s

Just down the street from the park is this restaurant on the river. It smelled divine. Will have to try this place next time someone comes down to visit from the frozen north. There’s a quasi-wrap-around porch outside with a…

Play time

Above and below, a couple of play areas for the kiddoodles. Notice the open space; they do fireworks over the river on the 4th of July, and I bet it gets packed with people for that event. Below, more artsy…

More sights

Above, we have some amazing cloud formations serving as a backdrop for the majestic high-rises. You can see from the palm tree that there was a fairly good breeze coming in over the water, which was a good thing because…

I guess it was a low tide

There were some exposed mud flats close to shoreline/promenade. I peered down and saw some fiddler crabs waving in a threatening manner at one another – “look girls, my claw is MUCH bigger than his!” – but no king’s crowns,…

Out on the pier

Decided to take a walk out onto one of the fishing piers. On advice of the above signs, did not jump in for a nice swim. My attempt at artsy fartsy perspective shot. From under the closer bridge, there is…

Battle of Fort Myers statue

I had to google (yeah that’s a verb now) and found out that Wikipedia calls The Battle of Fort Myers is known as the “southernmost land battle of the Civil War.” Coincidentally, it looks like tomorrow is the 143rd anniversary…

City Seal and Clock

In keeping with my mood to capture trash can art and such these days, here’s the seal of the City of Fort Myers (above). There’s also an old-fashioned street clock down there, and it was actually keeping the correct time.